See Who Was Named Forbes’ Top-Earning TikTok Stars of 2021

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In addition to her career on TikTok, Dixie has also released her own music and just last month performed at iHeartRadio’s Jingle Ball alongside BTS, Ed Sheeran and Lil Nas X.

With $8.5 million earned, third place on the list went to Addison Rae. In the past year alone, the 21-year-old not only posted videos on TikTok but also starred in her first filmHe’s All That, and signed a multicontract deal for future films with Netflix too. 

Fourth place was a tie between two creators who each took home $5 million: Bella Poarch and Josh Richards. In addition to her in-app earnings, Bella signed with Warner Records, and her first single, “Build A B-tch,” became a No. 1 hit on the Billboard charts, while Josh launched multiple joint ventures including a podcast called BFFs with Barstool Sports creator Dave Portnoy.  

Tied for fifth place, Kris Collins and Avani Gregg each earned over $4.75 million for their hilarious and creative videos. While Kris expanded her video production to YouTube, Avani released her memoir, Backstory: My Life So Far, in September 2021.

Now, if you need us, we’ll be uploading TikToks and hoping to go viral. 

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