The difference here, however, is that the videos live directly in search, so they'll show up on the mobile web and through Google-owned apps and not just on a standard website video player or YouTube embed. Celebrities can answer their "most asked questions" through the program, according to Google's announcement. However, chances are that Google may bring the feature to India very soon. For certain searches about these celebrities, a selfie-style video will appear at the top of the page, where the celebrity answers the question.
Google has not announced exactly what questions each celebrity answered and, from our testing, finding these selfie-style answers can be a challenge. These celebrities will be a mix of rising stars and well-established personalities.
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Now here is some great news for the fans of Megastar of India Priyanka Chopra, the tech-giant Google is set to launch a new feature that will change millions of lives. Now a handful of stars are participating including, Will Ferrell, Tracee Ellis Ross, Nick Jonas, Mark Wahlberg, James Franco, Seth MacFarlane, Jonathan Yeo, Gina Rodriguez, Prijanka Chopra, and Dominique Ansel.
Whether you are wondering what Gina Rodriguez's pet peeve is, what movie changed Nick Jonas' life, or want Kenan Thompson's input on what makes something amusing, these self-recorded videos share their perspectives and answers to some of their devotees' most-asked questions.