Charli D’ Amelio is a dancer and social media star who is well-known for her TikTok videos. Charli D’ Amelio has a $20 million net worth. She became TikTok’s most followed creator after releasing her dancing videos on the site for the first time in 2019. D’Amelio has done various sponsorships as a result of her celebrity, and she has gone on to launch a podcast, a beauty brand, and a nail polish collection.
She is the most followed person on TikTok as of this writing. Charli reached 100 million followers for the first time on November 22, 2020. Addison Rae, the second-most subscribed individual, with 70 million followers at the time. Charli is the first individual to reach 100 million TikTok followers.
Deals for Earnings and Endorsement
Charli makes money via endorsements, products, YouTube income sharing, and sponsored posts, among other things. She charges at least $100,000 for a single sponsored post, and that figure is only going to rise as her channel expands. According to reports, Charli was paid $1 million to participate in a 2020 Super Bowl commercial for Sabra Hummus.
Charli will make $3 million in 2020. That was enough to make her the world’s second highest-paid TikTok star, behind Addison Rae’s $5 million. Charli’s sponsorships, clothing sales, and production partnerships netted her $3 million. Charli made between $17 and $18 million in 2021 from her numerous ventures, making her not just the highest-paid TikTok celebrity of the year, but also one of the highest-paid celebrities on the globe.
Procter & Gamble, Hollister, Yoplait, Dunkin Donuts, Morphe cosmetics, Invisalign, and Step are among the brands for whom Charli D’ Amelio has created films as part of campaigns. Charli collaborated with Dunkin Donuts on a bespoke drink named “The Charlie” and a menu item called “Charli Cold Foam.” The firm witnessed a big boost in income produced from adolescents shortly after her Invialign promotion went up. Her sister and her have a podcast, an animated program, a documentary series on Hulu, and a Snap series.
Just Mobile Direct, which makes a range of ring lights – a popular tool among influencers and vloggers – has a licence relationship with Charlie and Dixie. They’ve also sponsored a line of phone holders and other devices as a result of their collaboration. Each sale earns them a commission.
Heidi D’Amelio, a photographer and former model, and Marc Charli D’ Amelio, a former Republican candidate for the Connecticut State Senate, had Charli in 2004 in Norwalk, Connecticut. Dixie, her older sister, is her only sibling. D’Amelio began dancing when he was three years old and competed for more than 10 years. D’Amelio received her education at King School, but following her breakthrough on TikTok, she switched to virtual learning.
The Beginning of TikTok’s Fame
D’Amelio started uploading on TikTok in May 2019 with a lip-syncing video she shot with a buddy. She earned notoriety a few months later for a side-by-side duet video she recorded with a user entitled Move With Joy. In October, she gained the most attention yet as she did the Renegade dance to the K Camp song “Lottery.” D’Amelio is credited with popularising the dance as well as being mistakenly attributed with its invention. Following that, she and her sister joined The Hype House, a Los Angeles-based collective of young TikTok stars, in November.
In late 2019, Sony Music executive Barbara Jones signed D’Amelio to her management business, Outshine Talent, bringing her to a new level of recognition. D’Amelio then signed with United Talent Agency in early 2020. She went on to star in a Super Bowl commercial for Sabra Hummus and was asked to develop a TikTok dance challenge inspired by Jennifer Lopez’s halftime act.
TikTok Stardom at Its Peak
D’Amelio surpassed Loren Gray as the most popular TikTok user in March of 2020. She was also the first creator on the platform to reach the milestone of 50 million followers. D’Amelio became the first TikTok user to reach 100 million followers in November. She also made Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list as well as Fortune’s 40 Under 40 list, where she was the youngest person on the latter.
Appearances in Film and Television
Charli D’ Amelio began participating in television specials and films as a result of her burgeoning social media recognition. She appeared on Nickelodeon’s “#Kids Together: The Nickelodeon Town Hall” and ABC’s “The Disney Family Singalong” in 2020, as well as on “Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class of 2020,” as part of the celebrity lineup. D’Amelio made her feature film debut the following year in the animated children’s picture “StarDog and TurboCat,” in which she played Tinker.
She stars in the reality series “Dinner with the D’Amelios” on her family’s YouTube vlog channel. She also appears in the Hulu docuseries “The D’Amelio Show” with her family.
D’Amelio’s other projects include serving as a brand ambassador for Invisalign clear braces and collaborating with Morphe Cosmetics to establish the Morphe 2 beauty collection with her sister Dixie D’Amelio. She also co-founded Hollister’s Social Tourist clothes line and established a nail polish range called Coastal Craze with her sister. In addition, the D’Amelio sisters collaborated on the Charlie & Dixie x Simmons Mattress with Simmons Bedding Company. D’Amelio also starred in the music videos “Baby, I’m Jealous” by Bebe Rexha, “Pa’ Ti + Lonely” by Jennifer Lopez and Maluma, and “America’s Sweetheart” by Lil Huddy.
D’Amelio’s celebrity has spawned a slew of scandals. Although many have hailed her TikTok appearance as honest and approachable, others have condemned her as cringe-worthy and unexceptional, a blandly appealing to a popular commercial audience. D’Amelio was embroiled in controversy in December 2020 after vacationing in the Bahamas during the COVID epidemic, when instances in Los Angeles were on the rise. She has previously claimed that not staying at home during the epidemic was “inconsiderate.” D’Amelio was also accused of purchasing some of her TikTok followers around this period.
Philanthropy and Personal Life
Charli D’ Amelio has openly admitted to having an eating issue and has spoken out about her experiences with body shaming. She teamed with UNICEF for an anti-bullying campaign in 2020 as a result of the latter issue. On the charity front, D’Amelio has been outspoken in her support for the Black Lives Matter movement, and she recently spoke out on TikTok against the murder of George Floyd. She has also volunteered to support people with disabilities, including providing money to a fundraiser in 2019.
She gave $50,000 to Norwalk Hospital in her hometown of Norwalk, Connecticut, in the spring of 2020 to help the hospital receive crucial medical supplies during the COVID epidemic. Later that year, she teamed up with TikTok to contribute $100,000 to the American Dance Movement, an organisation that promotes dance education in the United States.