Vine has been well-liked since the app moved back from the Internet in 2016. The infrequent video paved the way for many bigwigs and there was a small corner of the Internet where anyone could find short and hilarious content.
When Tikotok arrived on the scene, many saw it as Vine 2.0, now with the ability to add audio from their favorite songs, programs and movies. The app has become a huge hit, paving the way for a new generation of celebrity influencers.
I love the country #foryoupage
However, the rise in popular tikkores does not mean that the stars of the wine simply fade away. Many are as adorable and as funny as they were on Vine, although due to the popularity of Ticktock, they can be hard to find given the vast landscape of meme creators and booktockers.
Luckily, we dug some of these old gems for you. Grab your phone and a timer as you take a look at our list of wine stars who have moved to Ticktock.
This first former winner was a comedy legend, who is still going strong, no matter what life throws at him.
Marcus Johns began his career as an actor before moving to Veen, where his comedy Shitik made him millions of followers. When Vine was laid off, he moved his job to Tiktok, where he now has more than 3.7 million likes and more than 100 thousand followers.
Despite his recent hospitalization after suffering a hit-and-run, Johns is still going strong, proving laughter is indeed the best medicine.
After watching me several footwork videos
This next wine star is coming to you with comedy on both TicTalk and YouTube that won’t even cost you a dollar.
Koshi started his career with humble roots, from the vineyards of his bedroom and on the drive to school (Classic Success Story Opener). Her fame stayed on the rocket until Shawn stopped. After that, he produced videos for both YouTube and TikTok, with a total of 14 million subscribers, the former with 1.5 billion views and the latter with 26.7 million followers.
Koshi has collaborated on Tiktok with quite familiar faces. From Will Smith to Tracy Morgan, his tiktok is proving for all of us how success can be a short video away.
Grab your cello and practice your curtty, because the king has arrived.
Raja Bach was one of the most popular stars on Vine, after a large gathering, which he took with him when he was visiting Tiktok. His army of nearly 15 million followers watches his incredible mini music videos as well as his comedic shorts.
There are also many familiar faces on King Baek’s Tikotok, including former wine stars like Amanda Cerny, who show that the beat is still on for this amazing efficacy.
Speaking of Kings, this next winner wears a top hat on a crown as the king of magic (Or, at least, magical editing.)
Zach King was well known on Vine for his “magic wine”, which were short videos that were edited to watch as if he was performing magic. He called the video a “digital sleight of hand” and when Wayne was made to disappear, he simply teleported Tiktok with a magical gathering of 39 million followers behind him.
His Tiktok is filled with not only his former magic videos, but also new material. From mini vlogs to silly skits, he has proved that he is a magical man.
Vines’ style of Elks James showed simple, sassy and straight-forward comedy, with more than 8 million people in stitches. When Vine took off, he took his natural blunt humor to Tiktok, where he found an audience of 1.6 million followers ready to hear about his day.
His loud, no-nonsense humor clearly reached the ears of a production studio, as rumors are circulating to Alx James that he might possibly get his own reality TV show. If that’s the case, then the real housewives can go, they’ve got this cover.
Know any wine stars that have gone to TicTock that we didn’t mention? Drop their names below to help feed our TikTok addiction (Seriously, this is bad).