98 Million TikTok Followers Can’t Be Wrong

three photos of making TikTok videos
Michael Schmelling
Previous photos and above: TikTokers making videos at Clubhouse Beverly Hills in October. A rotating cast of influencers lives in the house. “When you have three people in a video together, that’s what users want,” one TikTok observer explained. “The content does so much better.” (Michael Schmelling)
photo of Ahlyssa Velasquez
Ahlyssa Velasquez joined TikTok in 2019. That summer, when she arrived for her freshman year of college, girls she didn’t know would run up to her and say, Oh my God, it’s TikTok girl! (Harry Toohey)
Left to right: Charli D’Amelio, Addison Rae Easterling, and Jalaiah Harmon. After D’Amelio was criticized for popularizing the Renegade dance that Harmon had created, the girls performed it together during the NBA All-Star Weekend in February. (Kena Krutsinger / NBAE / Getty)

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