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11 Vine Stars that are still killing it

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Back in 2013, Vine took the internet by storm, introducing a new form of entertainment that captivated audiences with its six-second looping videos. Vine Stars emerged as the pioneers of this platform, showcasing their creativity, humour, and talent in bite-sized clips. While Vine may be a thing of the past, the impact of its stars continues to resonate on other platforms.

In this article, we have listed the 11 Vine stars who have managed to transition their success from Vine to various other platforms.

King Bach (Andrew Bachelor)

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With over 15 million followers on Vine, King Bach (Andrew Bachelor) established himself as one of the platform’s biggest stars. Since then, he has starred in movies like The Babysitter and Where’s the Money while building a successful career on YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok, with millions of followers across each platform.

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Logan Paul

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Logan Paul, a popular Vine star with nine million followers, shared an LA apartment building with five other top Vine stars, including KingBach. They frequently collaborated, appearing in each other’s videos, and their collective support contributed to their growing success on Vine. After Vine shut down, Logan Paul gained even more fame by creating controversial videos on his YouTube channel.

Jake Paul

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Jake Paul, the younger brother of Logan, also made a name for himself on Vine. After Vine shut down, Jake Paul transitioned to YouTube and continued to build his online presence. He created vlogs, prank videos, and music videos, which attracted millions of subscribers to his channel. Jake Paul became a controversial figure due to his provocative and often disruptive behaviour, which attracted both praise and criticism from viewers.

Nash Grier

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Nash Grier was a popular Vine figure with over 12 million followers. He gained attention from both social media and mainstream media outlets. He appeared on Good Morning America, The View, and Fox News. Nowadays, he has millions of subscribers on YouTube and other social networks.

Lele Pons

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Lele Pons, famous for her funny and exaggerated Vine videos, gained a following of 10 million, making her one of the most followed female Vine stars. She did daring stunts like jumping off a bridge and created prank videos, often making jokes about herself. She frequently collaborated with other popular Vine stars, appearing in their videos and creating her content.

Gabbie Hanna

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Gabrielle Hanna, or The Gabbie Show, is a well-known YouTuber and former top Vine star. She consistently shared creative and entertaining content on Vine. Her videos were original and funny, and she didn’t mind making jokes about herself to bring laughter to her audience. Gabbie has released music, authored books, and maintains her online presence through her YouTube channel.

Brittany Furlan

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During Vine’s peak, Brittany Furlan was a highly popular female Viner. Time magazine recognized her as one of the 30 most influential people online in 2015. She appeared in the Netflix documentary The American Meme in 2018 and married musician Tommy Lee in February. Brittany also hosted a podcast called Worst Firsts and has acted in movies like We Are Your Friends and The Dirt.

Danny Gonzalez

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Even though his style leaned towards the quirky and comedic side, he demonstrated impressive skills in professional video editing software. His sketches on Vine stood out as exceptionally original and creative. With a following of two million, he sometimes shares longer sketches on his YouTube channel with fun effects in his videos.

Liza Koshy

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After Vine, she quickly found acting opportunities in movies and TV shows like Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween and the Hulu series Freakish. In 2016, she even interviewed former President Obama on her YouTube channel to promote voter registration. She has been recognized by Time and Forbes for her influence and was recently involved in voicing a character in a Netflix movie.

David Dobrik

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After starting his YouTube journey in 2015, the former Vine star now regularly shares vlogs about his life. With over 12 million subscribers, he was honoured as the vlogger of the year at the Shorty Awards in 2017. In 2015, he created a comedy series called David’s Vlog and played in the movie Airplane Mode in 2018.

Josh Peck

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Josh Peck gained fame as a teenager on Nickelodeon’s Drake and Josh. In his adult life, he became popular for his funny Vines. Since 2016, he has continued his acting career, appearing in the sitcom Grandfathered and doing voice acting for Angry Birds and Ice Age. He also runs a YouTube channel with nearly 3 million subscribers.

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Akash Singh

Akash is a law graduate who likes to go for bike rides on the weekends soul-searching for answers to his many existential questions. You can contact him here: [email protected]