Twitter didn't just shut down Vine, they shut down our good spirits. Seriously, like everything that brought joy to my life.
You can't get six seconds of pure entertainment somewhere else.
Even though the Vine app has been shut down, the videos are still on their site. So you know where I'm spending most of my free time.
Rewatching these videos are my favorite thing in the world.
While we're patiently waiting for Vine to come back (fingers crosses), let's take a look at the biggest Vine superstars and their best video that will never stop making us laugh.
Andrew B. Bachelor has more than 16 million followers on the site, making him the most popular Viner.
His content is not only entertaining, it's relatable. And the fact that he's turned down requests to upload sponsored Vines is very admirable.
Thanks to his success on Vine, the social media superstar has gotten a huge following on other social media platforms like YouTube and Instagram.
He's also been given recurring roles in House of Lies, The Mindy Project and Wild n' Out.
2. Logan Paul
Where do I start with Logan Paul...
He's become so popular that even my grandmother knows who he is, and that's not a good sign.
He has more than nine million followers on Vine, and his official YouTube channel has more than four million subscribers.
His newfound fame has gotten to his head, to say the least.
Instead of using his fame for good, he has been in hot water for promoting the crazy Tide Pod challenge, tasering a rat and, worst of all, showing the body of a suicide victim. That is pretty low if you ask me.
Yet he's still making videos, mostly music videos. The views he's getting on them is crazy!
Two of the music videos he posted in early 2017 have more than 400 million views combined.
3. Nash Grier
Nash is a Vine legend! He doesn't have as many posts as his fellow Viners, but he has still managed to attract more than 12 million followers.
His content is gold. Nash was the first Viner that I followed, and I still replay his Vines to this day.
Now he has a ton of subscribers on his YouTube channel and is pursing acting.
4. Rudy Mancuso
Rudy has more than 10 million followers on Vine. He's funny, but I mostly watched him because he has great hair and his piano skills are on point.
Most people think Rudy's Spanish, but he's actually Italian and Brazilian.
His puts in a lot of time to make his content creative and different than everyone else's.
5. Lele Pons
Eleonora Pons Maronese has more than 11 million followers on Vine. She reps Venezuela, but she was raised in Miami, Florida.
What I love about her is that she's confident enough to make fun of herself. That kind of relaxed attitude is why people love her so much.
Now she has a hit YouTube channel, is super popular on Instagram, and was even invited by Dolce & Gabbana to walk in their Milan Fashion Week show in 2017.
6. Josh Peck
You probably remember Josh Peck from Nickelodeon's hit show Drake & Josh. I know having nine million followers sound like a lot, but I really think he deserves more.
His content is not as creative as other Viners, since he mostly just sits in his car and says whatever's on his mind, but it doesn't mean that his stuff sucks.
That is my reaction every single year.
7. Cameron Dallas
Cameron is hilarious and looks like my high school crush so you already know I'm obsessed with him, and so are his 9.6 million followers.
He's just silly and would be the perfect best friend. He's famous now, taking on lead roles in Hollywood movies, but it's all good. At least we still have his Vines.
8. Marcus Johns
Marcus has more than six million followers on Vine. I know, only six million. I honestly think he deserves a billion.
For all the girls who thought they would one day marry him, you missed your chance.
Marcus married his longtime girlfriend in 2017, and they are literally relationship goals.
9. Brittany Furlan
Brittany's great, but the dogs she features on Vine are even better.
She has almost 10 million followers on Vine, making her the second most popular girl on the site. She was even named the most influential people on the internet in 2015 by Time magazine.
After all her social media success, she ended up landing a deal with Seth Green to star in a sketch-comedy show.
10. Thomas Sanders
Thomas is great with voices, so great that more than 8 million people want to follow him just hear him speak.
If you don't remember who he is, let me jog your memory. Does "story time" sound familiar?
He goes around narrating people's lives, which is honestly what we all do in our heads, but don't have the guts to say out loud.
Thomas has taken his talents to YouTube ever since the app shut down. I'll never stop being salty about that.
11. David Lopez
You don't have to be Latin American to love and understand David's comedy.
He has more than a thousand entertaining posts on the platform, and more than six million followers.
I love this Vine because it's so true. Food is the answer to everything!
12. DeStorm Power
If you've ever wondered why DeStorm Power adds music to almost every single one of his Vines, it's because he used to be a ghostwriter for record labels like Atlantic Records and Universal.
He was rapping on YouTube for some time, but once Vine came out, he decided to try something new.
Good thing he did, because now he has more than six million followers on the website and more than four million followers on his Instagram page.
13. Liane V
Liane may only have four million followers, but she's a top player on the website for me. Well, I would say her dad is.
After the pageant queen made her way into the limelight, she started her own clothing brand called Steal Her Style.
Her style is truly on point.
14. Jake Paul
Logan Paul's younger brother, Jake, has also made a name for himself on the internet.
To be honest, I thought Jake was Logan's alter ego for the longest time.
Jake doesn't have as many followers as his brother on Vine, but I don't think he's complaining. I couldn't get my friends to follow me, so five million is impressive.
You'd think Jake would learn from his older brother's mistakes and not follow his footsteps but he's also gotten into trouble with the law. He was sued for 2.5 million after trashing a rental home.
He has more than 14 million subscribers on his YouTube channel, so I'm sure he'll be able to pay it off.
15. Brandon Calvillo
With more than six million followers on Vine, Brandon has become a social media sensation.
He can make a joke out of any situation, and it'll be funny. Not a lot of people have that talent.
His newfound fame made him a ton of money so that he was able quit his job at a sandwich shop and make a deal with Virgin Mobile.
Which Viner is your favorite?
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