Hometown: Norwalk, Connecticut
Age: 16 Years
Education: High School
|Full Name||Charli Grace D'Amelio The Week|
|Names Earned||• TikTok's Biggest Star Time
• The Reigning Queen of TikTok The New York Times
• CEO of TikTok The Face
• TikTok's Undispute Ruler/Queen The Washington Post
• The Face of TikTok The New Yorker
|Profession(s)||Dancer, Social Media Celebrity & YouTuber|
|Physical Stats & More|
|IMDb Height||in centimeters- 160 cm
in meters- 1.60 m
in feet & inches- 5’ 3”
|Debut||Film: StarDog and TurboCat (British) (2020) as 'Tinker' (a mouse)
TV: The Disney Family Singalong (2020) in the song "We're All In This Together" alongside the cast of the film High School Musical (2006)
|Awards, Honors, Achievements||• Won Diva Dance Competition (2019)
• Placed in Fashion search engine's Next 20 list with Highsnobiety (2020)
• Placed Eighth in Fashion search engine's Annual Power Dressers list (2020)
• First Person to earn over 100 million followers on TikTok (2020)
• Included in Fortune Magazine's Annual 40 Under 40 list, becoming the youngest person on the list at age 16 (2020)
• Dunkin' Donuts created a menu-drink 'The Charli' dedicated to her (2020)
• Won Beyond The Stars Competition
|Date of Birth||May 1, 2004 (Saturday)|
|Age (as of 2020)||16 Years|
|Birthplace||Norwalk, Connecticut, US|
|Hometown||Norwalk, Connecticut, US|
|School||• King School, Connecticut
• Just Dance Studios, Norwalk, Connecticut
|Educational Qualification||High School The Atlantic|
|Food Habit||Non-Vegetarian Daily Mail|
|Controversies||• In November 2020, Charli and her sister (Dixie) landed up in a controversy when they posted a video on their family YouTube channel in which they were seen having a family dinner with James Charles, a YouTuber and beauty guru. The video that earned them criticism showed both the sisters passing rude comments to their personal chef, Aaron May, who had served them seafood that the girls disliked. The sisters also made faces as the chef described the meal. In the video, Charli was also seen expressing her wish to gain 100 million followers. When the video was put online, Charli and Dixie were slammed for their actions and Charlie lost over a million followers on TikTok. Later, putting her words in an Instagram Live video, Charli said,
"You can hate on me for whatever I've done, but the fact that all of this is happening because of a misunderstanding...I just feel like that's not okay."
Aron May, their personal chef, also came in Charli and Dixie's defense, stating, Vanity Fair
"Those girls are the greatest, I love them. It was all fun and games."
• In March 2020, she posted a video on TikTok, which made the blogger Perez Hilton comment on her telling her that her dancing was "inappropriate" for a girl her age. To this, Charli replied that she apologizes, but she was just trying to have fun. While many spoke in support of Charli, Perez faced criticism on Twitter. This did not stop Perez, and he went on to pour scorn at Charli's parents. Perez then made a YouTube video in which he brought Charli's father's January 2014 DUI charge into the light again and even threw remarks on Charli's relationship with Chase Hudson. After the fans could no longer bear Perez's actions, they created a Change.org petition asking TikTok to ban him from their platform. The petition received around 188,000 signatures. Insider
• In October 2019, she posted a video of her performing the 'Renegade' dance to the K Camp song "Lottery" and was given the credit for making the dance popular on social media. After a newspaper published an article in February 2020, talking about the original creator of the dance, a 14-year-old black girl named 'Jalaiah Harmon,' Charli faced huge backlash for not crediting Harmon. To end the issue, Charli collaborated with Harmon in a video and has since then made sure to never post a video without giving credit to the original creator of dances she performs. Vanity Fair
|Relationships & More|
|Affairs/Boyfriends||Chase Hudson (TikTok Celebrity and Co-founder of The Hype House) (January 2020-April 2020)
|Parents||Father- Marc D'Amelio (Former Republican Connecticut Senate Candidate, Clothing Business Owner, and TikToker)
Mother- Heidi D'Amelio (Photographer, TikToker, and Former Model)
Sister- Dixie (TikTok Celebrity and YouTuber)
|Net Worth||She is the second highest earning TikToker with the net worth of $4 Million (as of 2020). Forbes|
Some Lesser Known Facts About Charli D’Amelio
- Charli D’Amelio is an American dancer, TikTok celebrity, and YouTuber who is popular as ‘TikTok’s Biggest Star.’
- At the age of three, she began her training in dance. Before starting her career as a social media influencer, she trained in dance for almost ten years.
- While learning dance, she participated in various regional and national dance competitions such as Tremaine Dance Conventions & Competitions, NYC Dance Alliance, Beyond The Stars Dance competitions, Starpower National Talent, Diva Dance Competition, Turn It Up Dance Challenge, and Ultimate Dance Academy Dance Competition.
- After gaining success in TikTok, she stopped going to school and switched to online classes.
- Charli D’Amelio’s first video on TikTok was with her friend in which she was seen lipsyncing, and the video was uploaded on March 3, 2019.
- She started getting an increase in popularity after she made a duet with a user called ‘Move With Joy,’ which was uploaded in July 2019. Since then, she began performing dance on trending songs on TikTok.
- In October 2019, she began posting videos of Renegade dance, which made the dance trending on TikTok.
- In November 2019, she joined ‘The Hype House,’ the collective of TikTok celebrities from Los Angeles, California, and also the mansion’s name where these celebrities live. She left the Hype House in May 2020.
- In the same month, she performed with Baby Rexha in the opening performance at the concert of the Jonas Brothers. Subsequently, she organized her first meet-and-greet, which saw an audience of around 400 people.
- The money that she collected from ticket sales of her meet-and-greet was donated to a special needs fundraiser in November 2019.
- In 2019, she began posting videos on her YouTube channel. The first video that she put was of the vlog of her first meet-and-greet. She has more than 8.5 million subscribers on her YouTube channel as of 2020. Charli is part of another YouTube channel ‘The D’Amelio Family,’ which is the YouTube Channel of her family with more than 1.38 million people subscribed to it (as of 2020).
- She signed with the management company ‘Outshine Talent’ in 2019. In January 2020, she signed with the United Talent Agency. Her whole family has signed with Outshine Talent.
- In early 2020, she was featured in the Super Bowl commercial for the food company Sabra Hummus.
- In April 2020, she donated $50,000 to Norwalk Hospital amid the COVID-19 pandemic to help secure critical supplies for the hospital’s staff. She has also joined hands with UNICEF for their anti-bullying campaign, and Procter & Gamble (P&G) in their social distancing initiative during the COVID-19 pandemic to create the #DistanceDance challenge on TikTok.
- In May 2020, Ramble Podcast Network and both the sisters (Charli and Dixie) announced a podcast deal. On October 15, 2020, the first episode of their podcast, ‘Charlie & Dixie: 2 Chix,’ was aired.
- Charli and Dixie (her sister) appeared in Hollister’s ‘Jean Lab’ campaign in July 2020. The girls also created a TikTok dance to promote the campaign.
- In July 2020, Charli D’Amelio became the brand ambassador of the braces brand ‘Invisalign.’ In the same month, she also featured in the advertisement campaigns of the makeup line of Morphe cosmetics called ‘Morphe 2’ with her sister.
- In a July 2020 interview, her sister, Dixie, confirmed that there would be a reality show based on the lives of the members of the D’Amelio family, which would be produced by Industrial Media.
- In August 2020, Charli, along with her sister, Dixie, launched her nail polish line ‘Coastal Craze’ in collaboration with Orosa Beauty.
- In September 2020, US President Donald Trump declared that TikTok would be banned in the country. So, she started her account on Triller, a rival video-making platform of TikTok.
- In September 2020, Charli and Dixie designed and launched the limited-edition fleece sweatshirts for Hollister.
- In October 2020, Charli and Step, a mobile banking service for teens, became partners for a promotional campaign after the launch of the brand.
- In 2020, she appeared in the music videos of Jennifer Lopez and Maluma’s ‘Pa’ Ti + Lonely,’ and Baby Rexha’s ‘Baby I’m Jealous.’
- In December 2020, she launched her first book ‘Essentially Charli: The Ultimate Guide to Keeping It Real.’
- Charli has often talked about her encounters with body shaming and also suffered from an eating disorder. While campaigning for UNICEF, she said,
Some of the most hurtful comments that I read about myself online are…about my body shape, my body type, which hits close to home because I struggled a lot with body image, body dysmorphia, [and] bad eating habits.”
- In 2020, she came forward and condemned George Floyd’s murder, supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. In support of the movement, she also made a TikTok video.
- Charli is a caninophile and she actively posts photos of herself with dogs on her social media accounts.
- The TikTokers Lisa Beverly and Ellie Zeiler became one of the known faces in TikTok due to their likeness to Charli D’Amelio.