From birthing viral food trends to predicting the newest fads in fashion and beauty, TikTok has quickly made its mark on our cultural landscape. Now, something even better has emerged: Celebrity TikTok. As it turns out, the app has gotten popular enough to attract even the biggest of names, including Selena Gomez and Ryan Reynolds. While Twitter is where it’s at to see celebrities trade banter, TikTok is the place to get up-close and personal with your faves. If your ‘for you page’ has been looking dry and in need of a pick up, check out these nine A-listers whose TikToks you should be following.
Fresh from her record-breaking albums Evermore and Folklore, Taylor Swift is setting up shop on TikTok. Her TikToks are few, but most feature her adorable fluffy cat as well as small snippets of singing. The lauded musician sure knows how to excite her fans on the app, as she recently did by releasing a re-recorded version of her trending song Wildest Dreams.
Whilst he may not be recreating any sweltering moments from his iconic Old Spice commercials, Terry Crews is channeling his penchant for comedy into snappy videos on his TikTok page. Here’s what you can expect: Funny skits, snazzy suits, and a galore of Brooklyn-99 references.
Deadpool himself is now on TikTok. Ryan Reynolds is no stranger to using social media—he is notoriously funny on Instagram alongside wife Blake Lively. Much like his YouTube account, Reynolds’s TikTok is full of behind-the-scenes footage or film promotions with co-workers, some of whom you might recognise.
Late to the Grace Kelly trend but way early for our movie musical. I ❤️ duets. (And Mika)
With the resurgence of Y2K style, it’s only fair that one of the biggest girls on the scene from the 2000s have her time in the spotlight. While Ashley Tisdale is best known for her iconic role in High School musical, she is now taking a turn as a TikTok influencer. You can expect to see lifestyle recommendations as well as her attempts to nail every dance trend to hilarious results.
Teaching @sabrinajalees tiktok dances 😂
There’s just something special about scrolling past an Academy Award Winner on your feed. Reese Witherspoon has perfected the art of TikTok—her page is full of videos ranging from 90s’ throwbacks (which we are definitely bookmarking for outfit inspiration), videos of her cute puppy and solid memes.
It’s the dramatics for me
She may be new to the app, but Drew Barrymore’s TikTok is promising project. Adorable attempts at TikTok trends aside, Barrymore’s page is populated with stellar content from her beauty brand Flower Beauty, and behind-the-scenes of independent film work.
With a new makeup line Rare Beauty, producing and starring in comedy-mystery series Only Murders in the Building, and gracing the cover of our July/August issue, Selena Gomez has been busier than ever. On her TikTok account is a more relaxed side: incredibly sweet videos of her dog, makeup tutorials and an insider look at photoshoots.
Look at Winnie Now 😂#LookAtHerNow
Everyone’s favourite (if a little profane) chef has opened up his own TikTok account to do what he does best—review food and critique amateur chefs. Of course, in typical Ramsay style, it comes with a heaping of personalised insults, utmost disapproval and lots of laughs.
With the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air reboot finally casting their lead, there hasn’t been a better time to look back to the OG prince himself. His TikTok is a goldmine of comedy snippets, Fresh Prince nostalgia and slices of life. Keep an eye out especially for his videos featuring rapper son Jaden, and singer-songwriter daughter Willow.
I don’t remember making this…? @chrisashley