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|“||Welcome to SUPERFRUIT, the best show in the internet. My name is...||”|
―Scott Hoying and Mitch Grassi
SUP3RFRUIT, (also known online as SUPERFRUIt Or Superfruit), is an American internet duo comprising Scott Hoying and Mitch Grassi. They upload videos to the channel every Tuesday, which usually involve them talking about everyday life. On occasion, they upload videos of them doing covers of popular songs, as well as collaborations with other people. Both Scott and Mitch are members of the acapella group Pentatonix.
Two trademarks of their videos are the opening line of their videos, and them singing goodbye to their viewers.
Both Scott and Mitch were born in Arlington, Texas. Scott was born on September 17, 1991, and Mitch was born on July 24, 1992. They became best friends at 10 years old. Both grew up together with fellow bandmate Kirstie Maldonado and were schoolmates at Martin High School.
Scott, Mitch and their band Pentatonix competed on Season 3 of The Sing-Off, becoming the winner of the competition and securing a record deal with the Sony-owned label Madison Gate Records.
Both Scott and Mitch are openly gay. They made a ship name for themselves - Scömìche, but they are not actually dating.
They have a cat named Wyatt Blue Grassi-Hoying, who is a Sphynx cat.
The duo uploaded their first video on the channel on August 13, 2013, titled "AN INTRO TO SUPERFRUIT". Both Scott and Mitch "wanted to do vlog channels separately, both [they] never really have".
An existing segment on their videos is "Weekly Obsessions", where they update viewers on their weekly obsessions, which "change all the time... very quickly, too, very rapidly." Another existing segment on their videos is named "EVERYONE! HERE'S A GOOD SONG!", which they added for the first time in "HEADS UP!" because they "both really love music, and so [they] have a song suggestion".
A segment that was removed from their videos soon after it was implemented was titled "SUPERFRUIT/STUPIDFRUIT (Comment of the Week)", where they shared a few comments from the previous week's video that they found funny or ridiculous.