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The Real Reason Corpse Husband Fans Are So Excited About This Reality Show

The fact that he never shows his face hasn't stopped Corpse Husband from having a vibrant career in content creation across multiple platforms. The streamer has millions of followers on YouTube, Twitch, Twitter, and TikTok, respectively. His music career debuted in 2020 with the single "MISS YOU" and quickly grew to become one of the things the performer is best known for. His most popular song, "E-Girls are Ruining my Life!" went viral on TikTok and has racked up Over 50 million views on YouTube. The combination of his deep voice set to dark beats and edgy lyrics that reference geek and gamer culture seems to be the kind of thing that a lot of his audience enjoys remixing into projects of their own. That's likely a major contributor to his popularity on platforms like TikTok. One fan has taken things even further though.

It seems that someone has been putting Corpse Husband's music on "Big Brother Brazil," the Brazilian version of the reality TV show in which several constants live together in a specially constructed house that is isolated from the outside world. While the details of who put the music in the show or why they did so are still unknown, the streamer had something to say about it.

Corpse Husband praises fan

A clip of "Big Brother Brazil" features Corpse Husband's song "White Tee" playing during a dramatic conversation between contestants. The clip was first posted by the @CorpseClips Twitter account which is dedicated to sharing noteworthy moments and mentions relating to the artist. When Corpse Husband discovered that one of his fans was using his music in the show, he quickly sent out a quote-tweet of the initial post praising them. Corpse Husband's re-tweet has since been deleted, but it allegedly stated "whoever tf keeps sneakily playing my music on Big Brother [Brazil,] you're an absolute legend." This seemed to indicate that the artist was excited to see his music used in this way. Needless to say, his fans were ecstatic as well.

Many questioned who was responsible for the song making its way onto the reality TV show. One Twitter user speculated that there must have been a producer who was a fan of the artist, but everyone seemed happy at the decision. @CORPSEGENIUS tweeted, "best employee of the month type behavior," and @corpsesojiro tweeted "whoever did this deserves a raise." Perhaps viewers will get to see more of his work make an appearance on the show if someone behind the scenes really is a fan. Only time will tell.