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6 Steps To Creeping On The Internet With YouTube Star Andrea Russett

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Whether you're checking up on an ex, sizing up a frenemy or on the look out for your future bae, we're all guilty of internet creeping.

And it's not just your everyday people doing the social stalking. When MTV News caught up with YouTube star extraordinaire Andrea Russett, the cewebrity admitted to being an expert in the department. And maybe even more important: an expert at getting away with it.

Whether she's watching throwback covers from a baby Bieber on YouTube -- "I totally didn't do that" -- or listening to Shawn Mendes' "The Weight" on repeat -- "It's a good song" -- Andrea has got her creeping on lock. Want to learn six of her pro tips? I mean, who wouldn't? Then check out the video above!

When not stalking the likes of Justin Bieber and Shawn Mendes, you can find Andrea with Lohanthony, Emblem3 and a whole slew of other social stars on Digitour Slay Bells. What exactly is Digitour? Andrea explained:

"It's taking all the YouTubers and Viners and anybody on social media and putting them on a stage in front of all of their fans and kind of doing like YouTube live or Vine live and, because I know I do a lot of skits and stuff in my videos, so it's kind of taking those skits and doing them live on stage and incorporating fans with them, so it's really fun," she said. "I think it's cool because they get to kind of see these people that they feel like they already know because we're putting so much of our life on the Internet, not they finally get to meet us and be like, 'oh my god, hi, I know you, but you don't know me.'"

But Andrea confessed it's not just the fans taking something away from the experience. Being able to "put faces to the numbers" is super cool for her too and helps the social star really understand her craft.

"When you see a number on the screen it's like, this is a huge number but it's just a number, you can't really wrap your head around it. So seeing like a crowd of people is like, 'wow, these people enjoy my content,' that's an awesome feeling."