Arbour got fired from an upcoming movie after the director Pat Mills saw the controversial video.
Nevertheless Nicole Arbour’s You Tube Channel exponentially grew and she as of May 2017 has 405 thousand subscribers and 46 million views.
From 2012 to 2014, she was in relationship with another musician Matt Webb.
Currently, she is dating You Tuber Matthew Santoro.
Many people took it as an insult arguing the video was full of hate towards overweight people and that it endorsed fat shaming.
You Tube made the video unavailable for a while, claiming it violated the terms of service.
Concerning her dancing, Nicole worked as a cheerleader supporting the basketball team the Toronto Raptors in the NBA.
As an actor, Arbour has appeared in the comedy television series “Howie Do It” (2009), and in 2011 she starred in the main cast of the Canadian feature film “Silent But Deadly” directed by Stephen Scott.
In 2015, she began pursuing the career of a singer, releasing her first single “Fun Revolution”, and at the same time the video of the single was released.
The same year Nicole was nominated for the Shorty Award in the category of the Best Comedian, although she wasn’t successful – the Best Comedian was named Hannibal Buress.