1.Addison Rae Easterling — $5 million
Addison Rae Easterling started making TikTok videos using her skills as a competitive dancer in 2019. It didn’t take long for her to start getting recognized for her dance clips at Louisiana State University, where she attended school before she dropped out to pursue TikTok full-time. She’s since worked with brands like Reebok, Fashion Nova and American Eagle and launched a makeup line called Item Beauty.
2. Charli D’Amelio — $4 million
Charli D’Amelio is a 16-year-old dancer whose videos first went viral in June 2019. It wasn’t long after before celebs like Beba Rexha were asking her to perform at their shows. She has scored sponsorship deals with big brands like EOS cosmetics and Sabra hummus. She even has her own drink at Dunkin’!
3. Dixie D’Amelio — $2.9 million
Dixie D’Amelio is the older sister of dancing sensation Charli D’Amelio whose viral TikToks helped catapult her into social media stardom. But unlike her baby sister, Dixie is a singer. She has nabbed collaborations with Hollister and Morphe cosmetics.
4. Loren Gray — $2.6 million
Singer Loren Gray was the most-followed account on TikTok until this spring. The 18-year-old has been sponsored by some huge brands including Skechers, Hyundai, Burger King and Revlon. Gray signed with Virgin Records in 2018 and has released eight singles since.
5. Josh Richards — $1.5 million
Josh Richards has gone the traditional way of moneymaking on TikTok with some sponsorships from Reebok and HouseParty. However, the 18-year-old also co-founded a talent management company called TalentX, a drink business called Ani Energy and is the chief strategy officer at TikTok rival Triller.
According to forbes.com and intheknow.com