Your Search questions, answered selfie-style on Google


On mobile, do a search for a celebrity question, and if it's one that's in the mix, said celebrity will appear as a video answering your question directly.

Such is the case with Google's new mobile search feature, which encourages celebrities to answer random questions about themselves via selfie videos.

But why not. Let's have some fun and ask Google if Will Ferrell plays drums.

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All you need to do is type the question that you wish to ask you're the celebrity and they as a result the celebrity will answer your question via a self shot selfie video. The new feature will display search results in selfie videos style and not the usual text format.

While the program is not meant to provide answers to every question, it does aim to serve as a surprise for users who opt for Google over Bing or other search engines. Google announced the roll out of the feature via a blog post on Thursday. While the questions were not exactly the same, we assumed they would be close enough to both elicit a selfie-style answer. Fire up Google search on your phone and search for, "Where did Priyanka Chopra grow up?" to hear the Bollywood superstar respond in person in a short video clip.

Google says that alongside the above, the likes of Gina Rodriguez, Kenan Thompson, Allison Williams, Nick Jonas, Mark Wahlberg, James Franco, Seth MacFarlane, Jonathan Yeo and Dominique Ansel have provided answers to curious Googlers' burning questions.