Priyanka Chopra announces her foray into webspace with YouTube show If I Could Tell You Just One Thing
Priyanka Chopra also announced that she would be inviting US Olympic gold medallist gymnast Simone Biles as her first guest on If I Could Tell You Just One Thing
Priyanka Chopra announced on 19 January that she will be launching her YouTube Originals Special If I Could Tell You Just One Thing, where she would be inviting US Olympic gold medalist gymnast Simone Biles to be her first guest.
She took to Instagram and shared about her upcoming webspace debut:
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With this #10yearchallenge taking over the internet, it's got me thinking about the past ten years of my life, like probably all of you. So much has changed! Not just my hair or my clothes (or my husband!), but in how I see the world. How I understand myself. In these 10 years, with everything I’ve done, I realized that it’s my curiosity in others that has led me to grow into who I am today. So I decided to feed my curiosity by starting a journey where I will meet some extraordinary people. I am a lifelong learner and I am always seeking inspiration. Help me navigate my way through this journey as I ask my peers, role models, and friends -- #JustOneThing. Watch my stories today☝️ to be a part of my new @youtube Originals Special, “If I Could Tell You Just One Thing."
Chopra also shared with her fans, through Instagram stories, details about her latest venture, urging them to help her navigate through the show by providing her with suggestions on questions she could ask her guests, who would be among her peers, colleagues and role models. Through the show, she aims at knowing and understanding what these achievers had in them that made them who they are, and in turn guide her to become what she wants to be in the upcoming years.
In the wake of the viral social media trend #10YearChallenge, she said, "I realised that it's my curiosity in others that has led me to grow into who I am today. So I decided to feed my curiosity by starting a journey where I will meet some extraordinary people."
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