Your Search questions, answered selfie-style on Google

Angelica Greene
December 9, 2017

The search engine Google is rolling its new feature with the help of which PeeCee can tell you about her celebrity lifestyle.

To help such insane fans to get their favorite celeb info right from the source search engine giant Google is working on a new feature.

To give you an example of what's happening, let's say you Google, "Can Will Ferrell really play the drums?" So basically, instead of the usual text format answers, Google will show the search results in selfie video format.

Available first on mobile with Mark Wahlberg, Gina Rodriguez, Seth MacFarlane, and others. However, chances are that Google may bring the feature to India very soon.

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Google is piloting a feature for mobile search in the USA that has celebrities answering questions by uploading selfie-style videos. Google announced the roll out of the feature via a blog post on Thursday.

You can pause a video once it starts by tapping on your screen, and swiping through the cards near the bottom or letting the video finish playing will take you to the next question.

So you can search any question related to the celebs mentioned above and might find a surprise video answer waiting for you. These self-recorded videos share their perspectives and answers to some of your most-asked questions. It's unclear just how many questions each celebrity answered. "When you search for your favourite personalities, whether they're rising stars or well-known celebrities, their answers will appear in the form of selfie-style videos with a uniquely personal, authentic and delightful touch", the company said.

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