Charli & Dixie D’Amelio Open the Lid on Sibling Rivalry
| LAST UPDATE 08/05/2022
The D'Amelio family is back for season 2 of their successful reality series, The D'Amelio Show - and the trailer is giving us all the feels. The first season of the show was a huge hit on Hulu, as fans from all over the world have been following the TikTok stars for a while. The first season of the eight-part show gave audiences a closer look at both sisters' whirlwind rise to fame and how they're dealing with all the responsibilities that come with their coveted TikTok titles. So what can we expect from season 2 arriving this Fall?
Charli joined the platform in 2019 and immediately skyrocketed into fame so quickly, making her the second most followed celebrity on TikTok with 144.6 million followers. Her sister, Dixie, with 57.4 million followers, joined just after her, once people already recognized the sister-sister duo, making them instant A-listers. Due to the popularity of their social media, fans were curious to know more and more about their life, which ultimately led to The D'Amelio Show.
After the success of season 1, The D'Amelio Show is back for season 2! The first season was relatively drama free, but rather shined a light on the difficulties of being young Internet stars. The series highlighted the close bond between the family, but also showed the sisters struggling with anxiety and managing with all the internet hate they receive. The teaser for the upcoming Hulu series shows the sisters in tears as they dig deeper into the pressures of fame, public romantic relationships, and the overall stresses of being a young adult.
"We're doing such amazing things as a family," Charli reveals, but admits "there was a lot going on under the surface," and their life isn't always about TikTok and happy trends. However, the girls make it clear that above all, "We're sisters," Dixie says as she wipes Charli's tears. "She'll always have my back. I'll always have hers." The girls have an unbreakable bond, but realize as sisters, some bickering is bound to happen. The clip shows the family out together when their father tells the girls, "I hope you guys get along," and Charli responds, "I hope we don't, it will make for good TV." True, girl, true.