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'Lonely Girl' Character Revealed

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'Lonely Girl' Character Revealed

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It has now been revealed who the video blogger "Lonely Girl" is. She appeared to be a doe-eyed teenager revealing her deepest thoughts. Some speculated that she was clever marketing for a Hollywood movie. A few noticed Satanist signs. Now, three aspiring filmmakers admit Lonely Girl is an actor. But their experiment in online storytelling has gone so well that they're now represented by a Hollywood talent agency.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne with the answer to one of the Internet's biggest mysteries - who the video blogger Lonely Girl is.

She appeared to be a doe-eyed teenager revealing her deepest thoughts. Some speculated she was clever marketing for a Hollywood movie. A few noticed Satanist signs. Now three aspiring filmmakers admit Lonely Girl is an actor. But their experiment in online storytelling was so successful they're now represented by a Hollywood talent agency. It's MORNING EDITION.

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