Charli D'Amelio is a social media personality and professional dancer. She was a competitive dancer for nearly ten years before beginning her social media career in 2019, when she began regularly publishing content on TikTok, a video-sharing app. She immediately gained a significant following and eventually became the platform’s most popular creator. She is the first person to earn both 50 million and 100 million followers on TikTok and was the second-highest earning TikTok personality in 2019 according to Forbes.
Charli was born on May 1, 2004, in Norwalk, Connecticut, USA. She began dancing when she was three years old and has been a trained competitive dancer for over ten years before starting her TikTok career in 2019. D’Amelio has been referred to as TikTok’s biggest star in the media. The New York Times dubbed D’Amelio the “reigning queen” of TikTok. The Face dubbed her and her sister Dixie as the “CEOs of TikTok.”. The Washington Post dubbed her “TikTok’s unchallenged ruler” in an article. The New Yorker dubbed her the “face of TikTok.” Her appeal has been linked partly to the fact that her content is perceived as genuine.
In 2020, she was included in both the Forbes 30 Under 30 and Fortune’s 40 Under 40 lists, making her the youngest individual ever to be named to Fortune’s list. Amelio also won the Breakout Creator award at the Streamy Awards in 2020, as well as the Kids’ Choice Awards for Favorite Female Social Star in 2021 and Favorite Female Creator in 2022.
|Name (User Name)||Charli D’Amelio @charlidamelio|
|DOB (Age)||May 1 2004 (18 years)|
|Followers/Likes||TikTok: 141 million fans Instagram: 48.7 million followers YouTube: 9.57 million subscribers|
|Net Worth||$20 million|
In May 2019, D’Amelio debuted on TikTok in a lip-syncing video with a friend. In July 2019, she posted her first viral video, a side-by-side video (called on the platform as a “duet”) alongside user Move With Joy. Her material has mostly consisted of videos of her dancing to popular songs on the platform since then. She was credited with popularizing the Renegade dance on social media, as well as being incorrectly credited with its creation, and TikTok fans refer to her as the “CEO of Renegade.” In November 2019, she and her sister, Dixie, joined the joint TikTok content studio, The Hype House. Former Sony Music executive Barbara Jones signed D’Amelio to her management business, Outshine Talent, in late 2019, and she and the rest of her family signed with United Talent Agency in January 2020. Bebe Rexha invited D’Amelio to sing with her during the Jonas Brothers’ opening performance in November 2019.
D’Amelio and her sister signed a podcast deal with Ramble Podcast Network in May 2020, and both were part of the celebrity lineup for LeBron James’ television special ‘Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class of 2020’. She also left the Hype House that month.
D’Amelio made her feature film debut as Tinker in the June 2020 USA release of the 2019 animated children’s film StarDog and TurboCat, marking her first appearance in a feature picture.
Amelio reached fame for her dance and lip-sync videos on TikTok, for which she has 141 million followers and 10.9 billion likes. Her Instagram, where she posts selfies, pictures of her life, and promotional content for brands such as Amazon, amfAR and many others, has 48.7 million followers and 1,475,240 average likes. Amelio’s YouTube channel, where she posts vlogs, has 9.5 million subscribers and more than 291 million views.
As of June 2022, Charli D’ Amelio’s net worth is $20 million according to Celebrity Net Worth. She has been able to amass such a high value because of her active lifestyle and investing in many ventures.
Charli D'Amelio was born on May 1, 2004, in Norwalk, Connecticut to Heidi D'Amelio, a photographer and former model, and Marc D'Amelio, a company entrepreneur and former Republican Connecticut Senate candidate. Dixie, her older sister, is also a well-known social media celebrity.
D'Amelio and her family donated the proceeds from ticket sales to a special needs charity after her meet-and-greet in November 2019. D'Amelio gave $50,000 to Norwalk Hospital in Norwalk, Connecticut, in April 2020 to help acquire essential supplies for the hospital's personnel in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. D'Amelio has openly declared her support for the Black Lives Matter movement, and during the George Floyd protests in 2020, she posted a TikTok video condemning Floyd's murder. As part of Giving Tuesday in December 2020, D'Amelio teamed up with TikTok to donate $100,000 to the American Dance Movement, an organization that helps provide access to dance education in the United States.
In this clip, D’Amelio lip-syncs with Noah Beck to make a short comedy sketch.
D’Amelio makes a transition video in this clip by changing into a black dress from night clothes.
D’Amelio lip-syncs over the song “We can dc jeffxtingz” by jeffxtingz in this clip.
In this clip, the D’Amelio sisters wish their mother a Happy Mother’s Day and plan a surprise for her.
D’Amelio, in this TikTok, is dancing to “A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie” by Drowning.
A. In December 2020, D’Amelio faced backlash after it was revealed that she and several other social media personalities were vacationing at Atlantis Paradise Island in the Bahamas during the COVID-19 pandemic, while cases in her hometown of Los Angeles soared, just weeks after publicly suggesting that not staying home during the pandemic was “inconsiderate.”
A. Charli D’ Amelio and Addison Rae are popular content creators on TikTok and many other platforms. While Addison Rae’s net worth is an impressive $15 million, D’Amelio’s net worth is estimated to be $20 million.
A. Controversial TikToker Lovely Peaches has harassed D’Amelio on several occasions. On her live stream with Noah Schnapps, Peaches continuously posted lewd comments for both of them and even paid to have a man assault D’Amelio.
A. In 2020, Charli and her sister made a video with James Charles where they were having dinner made by Aaron May. The trio kept making fun of the food and even made gagging noises, for which they received immense backlash from their followers and even led to Charli losing a million followers on TikTok.