Addison Rae, 20, exudes 70s glamor for stunning new magazine cover
She has amassed over 4.9 billion likes on TikTok.
And Addison Rae wowed in 70s clothes for a photo shoot with Charm on Monday as she revealed the “inspiring” advice she received from friend Kourtney Kardashian on dealing with the pressures of fame.
The TikTok influencer, 20, admitted she ‘admires’ older brother Kardashian, 41, as she discussed their unlikely friendship and caused a storm.
Candid: Addison Rae wowed in 70s clothes for a Glamor photo shoot on Monday as she revealed the “inspiring” advice she received from her friend Kourtney Kardashian, on coping with fame
Sporting her brunette tresses in a bouffant hairstyle, she said for the magazine’s February digital issue: “It’s truly inspiring to see people so happy in their lives and so lifted up after everything they’ve been through.”
“That’s why I have such great admiration for Kourtney and all of her family – through everything, you can lean on your family and friends to really have that emotional and mental support. It really pulls you to the end.
The brunette beauty wowed in a metallic silver coat and striped sweater, which she paired with a pink and coral patterned skirt.
Tastefully accessorizing, she wore a white headband and red hoops.
Chic: The TikTok influencer, 20, sported her brown tresses in a bouffant hairstyle as she admitted she ‘admired’ older brother Kardashian, 41, during the magazine’s February digital edition
21-year age gap: Kourtney and Addison befriended in 2020 and frequently dine out in LA or post uploads together on social media
Addison continued, “Something she told me was, ‘make sure you always enjoy what you do because that’s the life you live. Make sure it’s something you’re proud of and keep doing the things you love.”‘
Kourtney and Addison struck up a friendship in 2020 and frequently dine out in Los Angeles or post uploads together on social media.
The social media star also created TikTok videos with Kourtney’s eldest son Mason, 11.
Family: The social media star also created TikTok videos with the mother-of-three’s eldest son Mason, 11 (pictured in 2020)
Addison revealed the secret to staying strong and positive in the limelight is having a great support network of family and friends, who she credits with “keeping me happy.”
The Louisiana native admitted that she’s received a lot of hate and drama on social media from other people who “don’t want people to be happy.”
Interview: Read the full interview in the February digital issue of GLAMOR UK online at www.glamourmagazine.co.uk/magazine
Addison, who is a trained dancer, revealed she would receive critical comments and comparisons at an early age due to the competitive nature of the sport.
However, she said she didn’t let negativity define her or tear her down, as she knew her true intentions.
Reflecting on her “proudest” accomplishment, the 20-year-old confirmed that staying mentally healthy was her biggest achievement, while staying “grounded”.
She also admitted that there have been times when she wanted to give up, having found social media “mentally difficult”, but now she feels empowered to seize every opportunity and achieve whatever she has dreamed of.
Addison joined TikTok in the summer of 2019 and later uploaded dance videos to trending songs on her platform. In three months, she exceeded one million followers.
Since then, she’s amassed 75.7 million fans and subscribers on TikTok, which earned $5 million in a calendar year ending June 2020, according to Forbes.
Her popular dances have caught the attention of several celebrities and even landed her a role in He is All That.
Read the full interview in the February digital issue of GLAMOR UK online now at https://www.glamourmagazine.co.uk/magazine
Thick skin: The Louisiana native admitted she received a lot of hate and drama on social media from other people who ‘don’t want people to be happy’