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Corinna Kopf explains why her relationship with Tfue failed

Published: 20/Feb/2020 20:46

by Virginia Glaze

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Facebook Gaming streamer and YouTube star Corinna Kopf has opened up about the issues behind her second breakup with Fortnite pro Turner “Tfue” Tenney, as told during a February episode of “The Night Shift.”

Kopf and Tfue have been nigh inseparable since first confirming their romance in March 2019, after rumors claimed that the two had been secretly dating.

However, the two parted ways in July, with Kopf citing distance (and her ex’s distaste for Los Angeles) as the ultimate factor in their first breakup.

Corinna Kopf, Instagram
“Vlog Squad” member Corinna Kopf and Fortnite pro Tfue struck up a relationship in early 2019 – but distance ultimately took its toll on their romance.

The two weren’t apart for long, though, and seemed to unofficially get back together shortly thereafter — but their relationship hit rough waters, once again, and the internet stars called it quits in early February, seemingly for good.

Kopf was questioned about this second breakup during an episode of Mike Majlak’s “Night Shift” vlog series on February 20, where she explained that physical distance had taken the ultimate toll on their romance.

Corinna Kopf, YouTube
Both Tfue and Corinna have cited distance as the determining factor behind their breakup, with Tfue clarifying his distaste for LA in a February Twitch stream.

“We dated for like, almost a year,” she began. “He only came to LA three times. I was in Florida for weeks on end. Usually, long distance relationships don’t work out if there’s not an end goal. The end goal is, you live in the same place eventually. He never wants to move to LA. I don’t think I ever want to be in Tampa, Florida.”

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This isn’t the first time she has claimed that Tfue’s dislike for LA has put a damper on their relationship: she cited a similar complaint in 2019, alleging that her amore wasn’t making an effort to visit her in Los Angeles.

“All I know is that I go and visit you way more, and you just don’t put effort in anymore,” she joked in a Fortnite stream. “So, I think I’m just gonna do this publicly… I wanna take a break.”

However, subsequent Tweets from Tfue after their 2020 split have since hinted that there’s more to the story, with the gaming pro writing, “Sometimes, you give someone everything and it’s still not enough.”

While fans will likely never know the full details behind their breakup, it’s no secret that long distance can have an adverse affect on one’s love life, leaving these two social media stars officially over after nearly a year of trying to make things work.

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How to watch the TikTok Room Awards: Nominees, results & more

Published: 28/Nov/2020 16:01

by Charlotte Colombo

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Popular drama page TikTok Room delighted its 1.8 million followers this week when, on November 25, they announced on their Instagram that they would be hosting their very own awards show!

The post also announced that voting would be on Friday 27 November, with the awards then streaming tonight on Saturday 28 November.

Details surrounding what the award categories were was initially vague, with the account teasing more information throughout the week before opening the polls on Friday for fans to vote for some of their favorite TikTokers in various categories.

Despite the categories remaining unclear prior to voting being open, that didn’t stop some of TikTok’s biggest stars endorsing the awards and encouraging fans to vote for them.

Among other famous faces like Skai Jackson, Nessa Barrett, and Jacob Sartorius, Sway House star Bryce Hall endorsed the awards in a video, joking that he was probably nominated in the “most problematic” category, while Charli D’Amelio, who recently reached 100k followers on the TikTok, told her fans that “there is a special award show on Sunday” and encouraged them all to vote.

Although some fans found that there was difficulty submitting their votes – with TikTok Room explaining in an Instagram post that this was due to heavy traffic on the form- by the time the polls were closed, TikTok Room announced that over 500,000 votes were cast after teasing fans earlier that day with just how close some of the categories were.

What are the categories?

The TikTok Room awards consists of 28 categories in total, and are as follows:

  • Most active with fans
  • Best couple
  • Best makeup
  • Most positive
  • Best style (male)
  • Best style (female)
  • Best ship
  • Best dancer (male)
  • Best dancer (female)
  • Best fandom
  • Funniest TikToker/ collab
  • Best diss track
  • Least problematic (male)
  • Least problematic (female)
  • Best role model
  • Best group/duo
  • Kindest TikToker
  • Best dance creator
  • Best song
  • Most talented musician
  • Most achieved (male)
  • Most achieved (female)
  • Favourite TikToker/ Influencer (male)
  • Favourite TikToker/ Influencer (female)
  • Best clapbacks/ comebacks
  • Best YouTuber
  • Best hair
  • Best house

The running order of these categories is not yet clear.

When do the TikTok Room awards start?

While the awards themselves start at 8pm Eastern Standard Time, TikTok Room have announced that there will be a pre-show from 6pm Eastern Standard Time.

It isn’t quite certain how exactly the awards will be broadcast, although TikTok Room did confirm to a fan in the comments section that they would be posting the results on their Instagram page throughout the night.

So, to watch the awards, your best bet is to keep an eye on TikTok Room’s Instagram account!