In other news, the famous sisters, who have massive followings on video platform TikTok, have been named as the highest-earning TikTokers in 2021, according to Forbes.
AceShowbiz –Charli D’Amelio and Dixie D’Amelio‘s popularity is indeed no joke. The TikTok stars reportedly caused stir among their young fans during their Bahamas trip where they also celebrated their mom Heidi’s birthday.
According to Page Six, fans of the famous sisters quickly came to follow them as soon as buzz spread that the sisters were at luxe resort Baha Mar’s Baha Bay water park. “There were 40 or 50 kids following them around – it was the craziest thing,” a source told the news outlet.
While they might be uncomfortable from being swarmed up, Charli and Dixie allegedly didn’t show it and treated their fans kindly. “I have to give the girls credit, they took pictures with every single kid. Their fans were like 8- to 15-years-old,” shared the informant.
That aside, Charli and Dixie had been named as the highest-earning stars in 2021. According to Forbes, Charli D’Amelio, who has the most-followed account on the short-form video app, earned a cool $17.5 million in 2021. That made her easily become the highest-paid TikToker of the year. Her sister Dixie, meanwhile, takes the No. 2 spot with estimated income of $10 million.
Charli posted her first video on the platform in May 2019. The 17-year-old has now amassed nearly 133 million followers on TikTok to date. Her 20-year-old sister Dixie, meanwhile, is the ninth most-followed TikToker, with 56.6 million followers.
Rounding out the Top 3 of highest-earning TikToker was Addison Rae. The TikTok celeb, who was estimated to be the highest-earning TikTok star in Forbes’ inaugural 2020 rankings, took the third place after earning a an estimated $8.5 million this year.
Bella Poarch & Josh Richards and Kris Collins & Avanni Gregg, meanwhile, were tied for No. 5 and 6 respectively. Earning estimated $5 million this year were Bella and Josh, while Kris and Avanni reportedly bagged $4.75 million in 2021.
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