TikTok users share embarrassing moments with the #HurtMyFeelings top trend. Take a deeper look at content form this trend in addition to top videos, creators, songs, and effects.
Current Top Trend: #HurtMyFeelings
The TikTok community used a song from 2009 to celebrate how they're now "bulletproof" because of drama and moments of adversity that they overcame in their past.
Built around the La Roux song "Bulletproof," users sit in front of their phones and point upwards to text that reads "you think you can hurt my feelings? __________________." In the second line, users showed vulnerability by inserting text about their own struggles and challenging moments, all set to the backdrop of "this time maybe I'll be bulletproof."
For the most part, users embraced this trend in a comedic way, with the videos largely being created by recognizable celebrities, influencers, and digital personalities poking fun at their own experiences and infamous moments, or creators sharing relatable moments of struggle.
Overall, this trend was easy to join with users only needing to select the song, sit in front of the camera, and add text to the video. This ease of creation is reflected in the hashtag #HurtMyFeelings impressive performance. Add in the exceptional organic participation from celebrities and you have a perfect base for a dominant trend.
New Effect: Green Screen Thoughts
Green Screen Thoughts allows users to place videos in their minds eye, allowing for a unique visual that pairs perfectly with creative trends.
Hot Track: WAP (edited version)
The hottest song on TikTok is also the #1 song on the Billboard charts yet again. Cardi B and Megan Thee Stalion's "WAP" has taken TikTok by storm with dance trends, comedic bits, and a few awkward moments in public. With the help of a radio friendly edit, the impact "WAP" has had on TikTok is undeniable.
Creator Spotlight: Darryl Jones
Darryl Jones is a woodturner from Deltona, Florida and the founder of Dread Knot Woodshop. He teaches classes in person and online and appears at trade shows. Show cancellations due to the pandemic have heavily affected his business. The silver lining has been being able to continue to bring his work to people through TikTok.
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