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Dixie D’Amelio explains why she’s "always embarrassed" on TikTok

by Daniel Cleary
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TikTok star Dixie D’Amelio has revealed why she always gets embarrassed while making and posting her viral videos, despite how popular she has become on the platform.

Dixie D’Amelio has blown up on TikTok in recent months gaining over 12.7 million followers on the popular video-sharing app.

Despite reaching massive success on the platform, since she was first introduced to it by her sister Charli, Dixie revealed that she often gets embarrassed when creating TikTok videos.

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Dixie D'Amelio appeared on the NBA all-star broadcast alongside sister Charli and Addison Rae.

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During an interview with Yearbook on February 29, Dixie was asked if she had ever embarrassed herself while making a TikTok.

To many of her fans’ surprise, she revealed that she would often get embarrassed when creating a new video for her followers.

“I’m always embarrassed making TikTok’s,” she admitted, before revealing the main reason why feels uncomfortable, “It’s because I can’t dance.”

Topic starts at 1:51 for mobile users.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8z6KzmibvQA

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Although Dixie did not seem too confident in her dancing abilities many of the content creator’s viral dance videos would prove otherwise.

However, some viewers pointed out that she was likely comparing her dancing to her sister Charli’s skills, who grew up as a dancer before the pair blew up on TikTok.

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Her sister is no stranger to success, as Charli D'Amelio is currently the third most followed individual creator on the platform and has even featured in a half-time Superbowl commercial along with many other opportunities.

The D’Amelio sisters are among the fastest-growing creators on TikTok with almost 50 million followers on the app combined and are also members of the popular content creator group, The Hype House.

Despite their massive success, fellow content creator Logan Paul sent a warning to TikTok stars such as Dixie, expressing that they would need to adapt to remain successful.