15 Facts About Addison Rae


In 2021, Addison Rae made the Forbes "30 Under 30" list for social media influencers.

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Addison Rae Easterling was born and raised in Lafayette, Louisiana, to parents Monty Lopez and Sheri Easterling.

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Addison Rae has two younger brothers, Enzo Lopez and Lucas Lopez, and an older half-sister, Macye Neumeyer, who has 2 daughters of her own.

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Addison Rae started dancing competitively at the age of six where she attended competitions across the country.

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Addison Rae's has been part of The Hype House, a TikTok collaborative group, since its formation in December 2019.

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In that same month, Addison Rae released a weekly podcast exclusive to Spotify with her mother called "Mama Knows Best" in July 2020 entailing topics covering their personal and career life.

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Addison Rae's co-founded Item Beauty with Madeby Collective, and she oversees most of the products in the brand.

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Addison Rae starred in He's All That, a remake film of the 1999 teen comedy She's All That.

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In October 2020, Addison Rae confirmed she was in a relationship with TikToker Bryce Hall through various social media posts; however, they broke up the following year.

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In January 2021, Addison Rae donated her $1 million in prize money from winning an all-star Mario Tennis Aces tournament called the Stay At Home Slam to the charity No Kid Hungry.

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In June 2021, Addison Rae began dating Omer Fedi, a musician from Tel Aviv, Israel.

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Forbes published a report in August 2020 revealing that Addison Rae earned $5 million in the last year through June from her various endorsement deals and merchandise, making her the highest-earning TikTok star.

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Addison Rae taught Fallon eight viral TikTok dances and was heavily criticized for failing to credit the original creators of the dances.

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In New York City, during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, after performing on Fallon's show, Addison Rae wore what appeared to be a handheld glass face shield that fans criticized for not being protective enough for the coronavirus.

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Addison Rae's has since deleted the post, without making a comment on the matter.

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