Addison Rae teams with Snapchat after temporary TikTok ban


Addison Rae is starring in a new Snap Original series that will be shot back home. The series titled Addison Rae Goes Home will follow her as she returns to her roots in Louisiana. PEOPLE reported that the show will be on Snapchat by the end of the year and will continue till early 2022.

The 21-year old TikTok star will reveal a different side to her life as she meets up with her family and introduce viewers to the Bayou. This will show her life as it is and not as a social media influencer. She had relocated to Los Angeles to join show biz and this would be her first trip back to Louisiana. She has 16 million followers on Snapchat.

Variety reported that the unscripted series will show a personal side of her life, according to Snap. Produced by Maven, it will be a part of the original slate of Snap, which has also has shows on NBA superstar Stephen Curry as well as pro-boxer Ryan Garcia.

However, Rae isn’t the first TikToker on Snap. The company also has an original show Charli vs. Dixie, which will pit the popular D’Amelio sisters in a head to head competition. The original program will be from Westbrook Media.

The Lafayette beauty is the third largest influencer on TikTok with 85.2 million fans. According to Page Six, the TikTok star was banned from the short video platform on Thursday. However, her account was restored on Friday. She poked fun at herself saying that it was time for her to get a job. She also posted a screenshot of a message about her ban from TikTok on Twitter.

Recently, she appeared in a Netflix original “He’s All That.” Although it received bad reviews from critics, it was watched by many. The streaming platform has signed her on for a multi-film deal. However, inking a Snapchat series also shows that she will still be very active on social media.

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