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Get To Know The Sisters Behind That Awesome Mash-up of Taylor Swift's Songs From 1989

Have you met Audrey and Abby Vy?

Remember Audrey and Abby Vy? The lovely ladies known as the MAJAM Sisters who gave us the awesome One Direction-Ed Sheeran mash-up last month to help us get through a bad case of PCD (post-concert depression)? We got to chat with them during the shoot about a few things, like how their YouTube fans reacted when they got featured on The Huffington Post and their wise words for Candy Girls who want to start their own YouTube channels, too. They also did a new version of their mash-up of Taylor Swift's 1989 songs exclusively for you, Candy Girls. Hit the play button to watch it and their interview now!

READStill Having a Serious Case of PCD? This Ed Sheeran-One Direction Mashup Might Help.

After the interview, the MAJAM Sisters shared a bit of trivia about how they came up with their name. "We wanted to be known as MAJAM because it is an acronym of our names and our cousins' names as well," they said. "They've always helped us in making covers by giving their opinions and full support. MAJAM is actually our barkada name when we were little kids. So we decided to keep it since they've always been there for us."

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Don't forget to check out their latest video on their channel, too: A cover of Rihanna, Kanye West, and Paul McCartney's "Four Five Seconds."

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Know more YouTube channels and personalities we should feature? Let us know in the comments or via Twitter @candymagdotcom who you want to see on Candy TV next. We always love hearing from you. :)

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