20 Most Followed Female TikTok Stars
TikTok has taken the world by storm in recent years and established itself as the number one social media platform. Available in over 150 countries with over 1.4 billion users, the app has been downloaded over 210 million times in the United States. Similar to Instagram and Snapchat, TikTok is favored by the youth and has become a way for influencers and ordinary folk to become famous, resulting in a slew of female TikTok stars who have gained massive followings on the platform.
Home to lip-synch videos, product endorsements, funny clips, dance crazes, and all manner of weird and wonderful visual content, TikTok has arguably become the leading social media platform across the globe. The most famous female TikTok stars have millions of followers who can’t get enough of their content, like Charli D’Amelio, one of the OG TikTok social media personalities.
She started off by posting videos of her dancing which has seen her gain over 150 million followers and become one of the biggest social media stars on the planet. Addison Rae, Bella Poarch, and Kimberly Loaiza have all followed in D’Amelio’s steps and made a career from TikTok, giving hope to influencers everywhere.
What all these women have in common is that they use their creativity and personalities to capture the attention of millions of fans on TikTok, turning themselves into major influencers in the world of social media while also earning a hefty paycheck. In celebration of these amazing young girls and women, here are the most followed female TikTok stars worldwide.
20. Baby Ariel
Followers: 36.2 million
Likes: 1.9 billion
Known to her parents as Ariel Rebecca Martin, TikTok star Baby Ariel is one of the most influential social media stars across all platforms. Getting her start on musical.ly, the first generation of TikTok, Baby Ariel uses her account to share her everyday life while also posting comedic videos and sponsored content.
Baby Ariel is using her social media fame to transition into other areas of the entertainment business, having released several singles and featured in almost a dozen movies. She is dating fellow TikTok star, Milo Murphy, who appears in many of her videos.
19. Mont Pantoja
Followers: 37.8 million
Likes: 2 billion
Paola Montserrat Pantoja Lizárraga is a Mexican social media personality who has over 37 million followers on TikTok, over 12 million on Instagram, and over 1.7 million subscribers on YouTube. She founded the collaborative group CheliHouse in 2020 and has recently begun releasing her own music.
18. Niana Guerrero
Followers: 38.6 million
Likes: 778.7 million
Calling herself a “dance and lifestyle creator,” Niana Guerrero is a Filipino content creator who has been making videos since she was a young child. Her first big video was a dance cover of “Teach Me How to Dougie” by Cali Swag District in 2011, which was followed by her dance video of Luis Fonsi’s “Despacito” in 2017.
Joining TikTok in 2019, Guerrero has been regularly posting dance covers and collaborative videos with other TikTok stars, including her brother Ranz Kyle.
Followers: 40.6 million
Likes: 431.3 million
K-pop has exploded in recent years and one of the groups to go global is the quartet BLACKPINK. Consisting of members Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa, the girl group’s two records, The Album and Born Pink, have both gone to number one on the South Korean charts, with Born Pink even topping the Billboard 200.
The group has won numerous awards and headlined Coachella in 2023, playing to one of the biggest crowds they have ever experienced. The BLACKPINK TikTok account is a mix of live performances and backstage antics, with every member of the group using the platform to promote the band.
16. Аnokhina Liza
Followers: 43.1 million
Likes: 3 billion
Known for her bright blue hair, Anokhina Liza is a teenage Russian TikToker who posts lip-synching videos and clips of her dancing and eating. She has only been using the platform for several years but already has a large following and is destined for bigger and better things.
15. Avani Gregg
Followers: 43.1 million
Likes: 3 billion
After suffering a stress fracture in her back in 2019, Avani Gregg turned to TikTok to keep her mind active. Posting beauty tutorials, Gregg developed a solid fan base that now has over 43 million followers. A member of the Los Angeles-based social media collective The Hype House, Gregg continues to entertain her followers with daily videos that are both informative and funny.
14. Jojo Siwa
Followers: 45.8 million
Likes: 1.8 billion
Not every TikTok influencer got their start on the platform. Jojo Siwa first made a name for herself on the hit reality series Dance Moms. Her next big moment came with the release of the 2016 single “Boomerang” – a song about cyberbullying – that was well received by fans and critics alike and led to Siwa touring the world.
As well as her music career, Siwa has written ten books and featured in several other TV shows and movies. Her TikTok account allows fans a hilarious look at her everyday life and provides plenty of daily laughs for her followers.
13. Karol G
Followers: 45.9 million
Likes: 279.1 million
Karol G is a Colombian singer-songwriter who is a massive star in South America with a rising profile in North America. Born in Medellín, the “Bichota” singer has won several big awards, including a Latin Grammy Award for Best Reggaeton Performance and two Billboard Music Awards for Top Latin Female Artist and Top Latin Album.
Her TikToks are a mix of lip-synch videos, funny skits, and song previews, although it’s mainly in Spanish, so you better brush up on your Espanyol if you want to understand what Karol G is going on about.
12. Billie Eilish
Followers: 47.4 million
Likes: 237.5 million
Not every TikTok star is a regular poster either. Singer-songwriter Billie Eilish has only posted 16 videos to TikTok but that hasn’t stopped her from amassing a whopping 47.4 million followers. The artist behind huge hits “bad guy” and “Happier Than Ever” hasn’t posted a TikTok video since January of 2023 but still continues to gain followers.
11. Kris Collins
Followers: 49 million
Likes: 2.2 billion
Kris Collins seemingly came out of nowhere in the last couple of years. A hairdresser by trade, Collins turned to TikTok during the pandemic to pass the time. She began posting funny videos of her as different characters that turned into a long-running TikTok sketch comedy show that found an audience during lockdown.
As well as attracting 49 million TikTok followers, Collins started a YouTube channel that has 8.8 million subscribers. Her family-friendly videos have gained a lot of traction and turned Collins into a surprise social media star.
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10. Alina Kim aka HOMA
Followers: 49.3 million
Likes: 1.1 billion
TikTok user HOMA is the alter ego of Kazakhstan social media influencer Alina Kim. She is mainly famous for her lip-sync videos of popular songs. One of her first videos on TikTok was her dressed as the Disney character Stitch from Lilo & Stitch. A member of the creator collective Yolo House, the majority of HOMA’s videos are comedic in nature and sure to give you a few giggles.
9. Kylie Jenner
Followers: 52.3 million
Likes: 1.1 billion
When it comes to female TikTok stars they don’t get much bigger than Kylie Jenner. The youngest of the Kardashian clan, Jenner is a social media icon, businesswoman, and American socialite who has been in the public eye since her late teens after starring in the reality series Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
Jenner uses her TikTok account to push her favorite products – including her own beauty line – post funny videos, and share private moments with her family and friends, including her two children, Stormi and Aire.
8. Loren Gray
Followers: 54.4 million
Likes: 3 billion
Content creator Loren Gray got her start in the 8th grade when she joined musical.ly (what we now call TikTok) in 2015. She has steadily gained a solid fanbase over the years through her funny skits, tutorials, challenges, and dance videos. Like many other social media stars, Gray also has a large following on Instagram, Snapchat, and YouTube.
The social media star signed a deal with Virgin Records in 2018 and has released over a dozen singles and collaborations since. You might have also spotted her in several music videos too, with Gray popping up in Taylor Swift’s “The Man” and Kim Petras’ “Malibu.”
7. Dixie D’Amelio
Followers: 57.3 million
Likes: 3.3 billion
Does the name sound familiar? Dixie D’Amelio is the elder sister of Charli D’Amelio, one of the biggest TikTok stars in the world. She became TikTok famous around the same time as her sister and is another influencer using her high-profile platform to branch out into different areas.
D’Amelio released her debut album, A Letter to Me, in 2022, hosts her own YouTube show, The Early Late Night Show, and is involved in several high-profile marketing and merchandise deals.
Although she doesn’t have the same following as her sister, Dixie is still considered a top TikTok star with a large fan base that only continues to grow.
6. Selena Gomez
Followers: 57.9 million
Likes: 542.5 million
No introduction is needed when it comes to Selena Gomez. Singer, actress, and all-around great human being, there isn’t much the 30-year-old Texan hasn’t achieved in the entertainment world. All three of her solo albums have gone straight to the top of the Billboard charts while her acting in Only Murders in the Building has seen her widely praised by critics.
The former child star mainly uses her TikTok to post makeup tutorials and promote beauty products while also giving fans a glimpse into her life behind the scenes.
5. Dominik Lipa
Followers: 65.6 million
Likes: 4 billion
Similar to most young kids, Dominik Lipa got hooked on social media at a young age. She is another TikToker who started her career on musical.ly where she gained a steady following before it changed to TikTok in 2018.
Since then Lipa has launched her own YouTube channel, formed the social media collective CheliHouse, and collaborated with some of the most popular social media influencers in the world.
4. Kimberly Loaiza
Followers: 74.1 million
Likes: 4.6 billion
Some people are born social media users. Kimberly Loaiza started a Twitter account at 14 before progressing to YouTube at 19 and eventually TikTok in her early 20s. Originally posting makeup tutorials and other beauty-related videos, her most recent content is a mix of dance videos, lip-synchs, and other random clips that have seen her gain over 74 million followers.
3. Addison Rae
Followers: 88.8 million
Likes: 5.8 billion
A competitive dancer since the age of six, Addison Rae Easterling took her skills to TikTok and quickly amassed a large following. The American beauty was the highest-earning TikTok celebrity in 2020 thanks to deals with companies such as American Eagle, Reebok, Hollister, and L’Oréal.
She has released a top ten charting Billboard single, “Obsession,” appeared in the Snapchat series Addison Rae Goes Home, and recently been cast in Eli Roth’s upcoming horror Thanksgiving. A multitalented individual, Rae is set to take the entertainment world by storm in the coming years.
2. Bella Poarch
Followers: 92.8 million
Likes: 2.2 billion
Coming in at the number two spot is Philippine-born American singer and social media personality Bella Poarch. The U.S. Navy veteran became TikTok famous in 2020 when she posted a video of herself lip-syncing to British rapper Millie B’s “M to the B.” It remains the most liked video on the platform with an incredible 61 million likes.
While Poarch often uses her TikTok to promote various products, such as her limited clothing line RIPNDIP x Paca Collaboration, she is also using her fame to kick-start her music career. Signed to Warner, Poarch released her debut EP Dolls in 2022 and is currently working on her first album.
1. Charli D’Amelio
Followers: 150.4 million
Likes: 11.3 billion
Once the most followed person on TikTok (that award is now held by Khaby Lame), Charli D’Amelio is still doing alright with over 150 million followers. Exploding onto the scene in 2019 with her choreographed dance videos, D’Amelio quickly captured the attention of the TikTok generation.
This led to D’Amelio starring in her own Hulu docuseries, The D’Amelio Show, voicing one of the characters in the animated flick StarDog and TurboCat, releasing a couple of books, starting a podcast, and endorsing everything from Airbnb to Takis chips.
D’Amelio also holds the Guinness World Records for the “First person to reach 50 million followers on TikTok” and the “First person to reach 100 million followers on TikTok.” At just 18 years old, D’Amelio has a very bright future ahead.
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