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Vine has been fondly remembered since the app went offline in 2016. The crazy videos paved the way for many big celebrities and were a little corner of the internet where everyone could find short and funny content.
When TikTok hit the stage, many saw it as Vine 2.0, now with the ability to add audio from your favorite songs, shows, and movies. The app has become a huge hit and paves the way for a new generation of celebrity influencers.
I love Country Boy🥳 #foryoupage
♬ Original sound – Jada
However, the surge in popular TikTokers doesn’t mean that the stars of Vine have simply disappeared. Many have adapted on TikTok and are just as fun as they are on Vine. However, due to the popularity of TikTok, they are hard to find in the vast landscape of meme makers and BookTokers.
Fortunately, we unearthed some of these ancient gemstones for you. Grab your phone and a timer while checking out our list of Vine stars who have switched to TikTok.
His first time in the hot tub. 😂 #BestThingSince #goldenretriever #foryoupage
♬ Original sound – Marcus Johns
This first former viner was a comedy legend who is still going strong no matter what life throws at him.
Marcus Johns began his acting career before moving to Vine, where his comedy Shtick earned him millions of followers. When Vine closed, he simply brought his act to TikTok, where he now has over 3.7 million likes and over 100,000 followers.
Despite his recent hospitalization after being hit-and-run, Johns is still going strong, proving that laughter really is the best medicine.
I post too many footwork videos
♬ orijinal ses – ⚜️ Rashad Khalifali
This next Vine star is coming up to you from TikTok and YouTube with a comedy that won’t even cost you a dollar.
Koshy started her career with humble roots, shooting vines out of her bedroom and on her trips to school (classic success story opener). Her fame shot up on Vine until it was closed. She then made videos for YouTube and TikTok with a total of over 14 million subscribers, 1.5 billion views with the former and 26.7 million followers with the latter.
Koshy worked a lot with some familiar faces on TikTok. From Will Smith to Tracy Morgan, their TikTok is proving to all of us how successful a short video can be.
♬ See me now – King Bach
Grab your cello and practice your curtsy because the king has arrived.
King Bach was one of the most popular stars on Vine and garnered a huge following that he took with him when he moved to TikTok. His army of nearly 15 million followers watch his incredible mini music videos as well as his comedic shorts.
King Bach also has many familiar faces on his TikTok, including former Vine stars like Amanda Cerny, showing that the beat is still going on for this amazing influencer.
Life is not always what it seems. #dinner #illusion
♬ Original sound – Zach King
Speaking of kings, this next viner wears a top hat over a crown as the king of magic (or at least magical processing.)
Zach King was known on Vine for his “magical vines,” short videos that were edited to look like he was doing magic. He called the videos “Digital Sleight of Hand” and when Vine was blown up, he simply teleported to TikTok with a magical gathering of 39 million followers behind him.
His TikTok is full of not only his previous magical videos but also new content. From mini vlogs to goofy skits, he’s proven what a magical man he is.
Reply to @lmontesd you don’t understand how angry I was 😭😭😭😂😂😂😂
♬ Original sound – Alx James
Alx James’ Vines style featured a simple, sassy, and no-nonsense comedy with over 8 million people in stitches. When Vine closed, he brought his natural, dull humor to TikTok, where he found an audience of 1.6 million followers ready to hear about his day.
His loud, no-nonsense humor apparently reached the ears of a production studio amid rumors circulating that Alx James might get his own reality TV show. If that’s the case then the Real Housewives can go, he got this covered.
Do you know any Vine stars who switched to TikTok that we didn’t mention? Enter their names below to quench our TikTok addiction (Seriously, it’s bad).