Takes more talent than anyone has on tiktok to catch all those fish
@Randy Lorde Marsh , being TikTok famous takes more talent than you think. But the average 10-year old on there is still trash.
@Child Slapper, Much like the rest of the entertainment industry, I would say that luck plays quite a role in their rise to popularity.
@Emp4th, nope. There’s a science to fame. Luck is a very small factor, and those people fall out of fame very fast. Those who stay famous were hardly lucky, and probably working hard for it long before they were famous.
@Child Slapper, I wasn't saying that it's all luck. I understand that you need skill to catch the fame train. What I was saying is that not everyone who work themselves to the bone make it. That's why it's called a lucky break, that first role or position that pushes you into the spotlight. However, in the internet age there are just as many internet celebrities that got that status through hard work and dedication as there are who caught the luck of the draw and still manage to maintain their audience.
@Emp4th, Luck is when opportunity meets preparation. If someone puts in the hard work and never has their opportunity, then they are doing something wrong. They have to instigate an instance that spotlights them. I’ve yet to see an instance where people gave their all and didn’t at least gain semi-fame. Anyone who claims they tried either didn’t try long enough or only half-assed it. Even if by accident.
@Child Slapper, I understand your point and I agree. However, I have a feeling that we are not thinking of the same thing when talking about entertainment. While I may have been refering to the little knowledge I have about actors and artists, my main source of knowledge in the entertainment industry lies within athletes and youtube personalities.
I would be a tiktoker if it meant making half the money that the big tiktok rs make..... if i only had talent and friends