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But TikTok content creator Brittany Tomlinson, 22, knows how to project her voice. In the video, Tomlinson sips the fermented tea for the first time. Her face seems to physically recoil at the taste. But as she considers it for a moment, her expression changes multiple times, rapidly. She shakes her head, then smiles.
It all happens within 21 seconds. Delicious or not, people lapped it up, as the post reached 11 million total engagements collective likes, comments, views and sharesaccording to a representative for TikTok. That video has nearly the same amount of likes as the kombucha post. Tomlinson created her in July, after prodding from friends who had been obsessing over her private Snapchat videos since high school. She shared her most famous video just a month later. On her first visit to New York City since achieving nascent fame, she took more than a dozen selfies with audience members at Beetlejuice on Broadway and chatted with passersby in Times Square.
The Musical. Monetizing her social media presence came in handy for Tomlinson, who told TIME that she recently lost her job as a result of going viral. But like many of her post-grad peers, she accepted whatever work she could find, rather than something she was passionate about.
With her management team and talent agency, she has successfully become her own brand. Still, focusing on her own two million TikTok fans, she says she only posts content she knows her viewers will enjoy. Think: satirical explanations of the show Love Island and impressions of Southern mothers. Together in Los Angeles, creators use proximity to their advantage, collaborating across platforms to increase follower counts.
Her desired romantic lead? As she endeavors to get more into comedyTomlinson hopes she can take after one of her favorite comics, Whitney Cummingswho is known for unfiltered humor. It needs to change. Only time will tell whether or not Tomlinson will be a part of that change. In a rare and sudden moment of seriousness, her voice is stern, her gaze steady. Write to Rachel E. Greenspan at rachel. Brittany Tomlinson, one of TikTok's more popular users, says she doesn't need to be called 'kombucha girl' anymore.
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