Jessica Alba to Eric Nam – the best celebrity TikTok accounts to follow while in self-isolation
To state the obvious: we’re not living in the happiest of moments right now. As the world tries to fight off the global pandemic, most of us are either staying safe at home, missing our loved ones, or working on the front lines. Celebrities and influencers alike seem to be using this unprecedented time to their advantage, and are channelling their creative energy towards … creating TikTok videos. Here are some of the best ones to follow – some of these 15-second videos may even make your day. Really.
Korean-American fashion blogger, stylist and mother of two Chriselle Lim certainly has her hands full, but that didn’t stop her from jumping on the TikTok bandwagon. The blogger updates her wholesome account with beauty tips, fashion aesthetics, funny family moments and empowering messages. Go on, give her a follow.
You may remember her as the rich, talented and opinionated Sharpay Evans from High School Musical. Ashley Tisdale’s TikTok account had a viral moment when she posted a video of herself recreating the movie’s final dance sequence. Tisdale also frequently posts videos of herself dancing and lip-synching to Kardashian voice clips.
The award-winning, 54-year-old Korean comedian Ji Suk-jin may just be the oldest and funniest person on this list. Suk-jin joined TikTok in December last year and has since amassed just shy of 430,000 followers. The Running Man sensation frequently joins TikTok challenges and adds his own comedic twist to the final video.
Hollywood actress and The Honest Company founder Jessica Alba is undoubtedly the queen of 2000s dance moves. Alba, who starred in 2003 dance film Honey remains uncontested on her TikTok account, where she absolutely slays dance covers and posts about family moments with her daughters.
In case you missed it, Rock won the People’s Choice Award for Beauty Influencer Of The Year in 2019. The Hawaii-based Filipino beauty guru has a pretty funny repertoire on TikTok, including pole dancing, dyeing his own hair and wacky challenges (there’s one where he attempts to use the inside of a paper towel as a straw).
If you’re wondering what Eric Nam is doing these days, the answers are all over the artist’s TikTok. The singer-songwriter, who had to cancel his world tour in Latin America due to the coronavirus pandemic, now focuses on creating TikTok content by documenting his recipes and daily antics.
In the midst of quarantine season, Hyolyn has blessed us by opening a personal TikTok account. The former member of Sistar and BAE singer nailed her first dance cover, and we can’t wait for more quality content.
Hollywood actress Jessica Alba’s dance-off, Korean comedian Ji Suk-jin’s challenges, Eric Nam’s recipes and Bretman Rock’s wacky videos will keep you entertained while in self-isolation