Music, TikTok videos, leaked photo: Charli Damelio makes scandal again!. You will not believe how much does this pretty girl earn!. What are her plans for 2023?


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What Charlie D'Amelio posts on TikTok

Six months after signing up to TikTok, D'Amelio had over 6 million subscribers. By January, that number had surpassed 15 million, with The New York Times calling her "the reigning queen of TikTok". Charlie reached the 50 million mark in April 2020.

Charlie and her sister, Dixie, began a partnership with the bloggers' association Hype House. In January 2020, the D'Amelio family, two sisters and their parents, signed a contract with Hollywood's United Talent Agency, after which things developed more quickly.

In February, Charlie starred in a commercial for Sabra hummus during the Super Bowl, the finals of the American football championship. D'Amelio posted a teaser of the ad on her page and within 12 hours the video had been viewed more than 5 million times. She became the first TikTok blogger to star in a commercial for the Super Bowl.

She then also danced with Jennifer Lopez for the TikTok Challenge "J Lo Super Bowl Challenge", also held during the Super Bowl. The singer later invited the girl to star in a music video. Charlie's audience is important to J Lo and not the other way around, said Evan Britton, founder of Famous Birthdays, a project that compiles biographies of celebrities.

Charlie D'Amelio and her fame

Charlie herself often repeats that she doesn't understand the reasons for her popularity, and that she downloaded TikTok at the insistence of friends. She told The Atlantic magazine that she cried when she reached 80 million subscribers: "I was nervous - why are there so many people here".

In an interview with Variety, Charlie said she didn't think she was famous. "I'm just an ordinary teenager who for some reason a lot of people are watching. It doesn't fit in my head, but I'm working on figuring it out."

"At one point people started coming up to me and asking to take my picture and someone next to me asked, 'How do they know you?' And I was like, "I'm from social media, I don't know. It was very uncomfortable. Then my friends started saying, "Oh, I saw you on my recommendation page. It's so weird." And so it went on until I got used to it, then I started replying, "Yeah, I'm in TikTok." I started posting videos without worrying what others would think, because I was having fun."

With the advent of popularity, one of the main topics Charlie talks about a lot has been the issue of online bullying. Along with her sister, she took part in a United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) campaign and revealed that she receives hundreds of thousands of hateful comments a week, many of them about her appearance.

Source: (Charli Damelio)

Why is Charlie Damelio so popular?

Charlie has also appeared as a guest on Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show and TikTok's coverage of Prada Paris Fashion Week and has voiced a character in the animated movie Stardog and TurboCoat. For all that, she remains genuine, humble and polite in life, notes Highsnobiety and The New York Times.

In the spring of 2020, the family moved from Connecticut to Los Angeles. As of November 26, the main D'Amelio profile in TikTok has 101.2 million subscribers, videos totaling 8 billion likes. On other platforms, D'Amelio is also popular:

  • Instagram - 34 million followers.
  • YouTube - 8.5 million followers.
  • Twitter - 4.9 million followers.

Charlie Damelio blog

Meanwhile her popularity continued to grow, helped by a collaboration with ticktocker group Hype House. But after a few months Charlie left the organisation as it wasn't as much fun as she had expected. The blogger continued to appear in videos alongside other internet stars including James Charles and Noah Schnapp.

Charlie Damelio now

Now Charlie remains the star of Tic Tacs and regularly entertains fans with new videos. She has a Twitter and Instagram page where she posts photos and shares news. She has her own official website, where she sells her own merchandise with her own design.

What she earns from

The creators of Celebrity Net Worth claim to use a proprietary computer algorithm that monitors transactions, among other things, to gauge celebrity wealth. However, The New York Times wrote that Celebrity Net Worth has no full-time IT staff and the site is populated by freelance writers.

Charlie's popularity has changed the lives of the whole family and now the D'Amelios want to build a media business. Forbes compares them to the Kardashian family, who went into the beauty and fashion business and became a household name.

In October, United Talent Agency digital talent executive Greg Goodfried announced that he would be leaving the agency in a month's time to head D'Amelio Family Enterprises, the D'Amelio family's media company. In addition to blogs, they are already developing or planning to release TikTok:

  • Several YouTube shows.
  • The Charli & Dixie: 2 Chix podcast, in which Charli and Dixie talk about themselves and their lives.
  • Essentially Charli: The Ultimate Guide to Keeping It Real, due out December 1. According to Charli, it's the official guide to keeping it positive and navigating social media. Part of the book will focus on online bullying.
  • Dixie released her debut single "Be Happy" in July, which charted on music magazine Billboard's Young Artist chart, and the YouTube video has been viewed more than 93 million times.
  • Reality show. According to Highsnobiety, the family has already signed a contract with production house Industrial Media, which worked on the TV show American Idol. There, contestants competed for the title of best emerging performer in the US.

Mark and Heidi D'Amelio, the girls' parents, also have a social media presence and are heavily involved in running the business. Heidi is a former model and has 6.9 million followers on TikTok, while Mark has 8.5 million. In his profile bio, he wrote: CEO of the D'Amelio family. Mark told The Atlantic he is an entrepreneur and has spent his entire career "working with brands".

Not only are the parents supportive of the sisters, but they also remind them to remain themselves and not take successes and failures personally. According to Charlie, they can say, "We don't care how many followers you have, you still need to wash the dishes and take out the trash.

In September, Charlie and her family signed up to Triller, a rival app to TikTok. Mark D'Amelio said they decided to try "some of the advanced technology and features" of the service. Triller began to gain popularity amid the threat of a possible blocking of TikTok in the US, which never happened.

The terms of the agreement were not disclosed, but the deal was not exclusive, with Charlie continuing to publish his videos on TikTok, Instagram and other social networks. The New York Times wrote that Triller paid and gave gifts to popular TikTok bloggers for switching to the app. According to the paper, the company rented a black Rolls-Royce with a "TRILLER" sign for Charlie.