A breakdown of the most popular TikTok houses and who’s in them

While the idea of a house where popular social media stars and content creators live together isn't a new idea (think Team Ten), TikTok houses have sprung up all around the world, and involve some of our favorite creators, mostly due to the app's exponential gain in popularity. Despite contantly being embroiled in some sort of drama, we can't deny that they are a *little* confusing sometimes. We've got the breakdown of who's in which house, and what's been happening in them, so you can scroll through your For You page with complete knowledge. 

The Hype House


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Arguably the most famous TikTok house, the Hype House is based in Los Angeles and was founded by several people, including Thomas Petrou, Chase Hudson (Lil Huddy) and Daisy Keech, who later broke off from the group and formed the Clubhouse Beverly Hills. Unlike Team Ten, there is no "leader" of the house, but at least when it started, all members had to post at least 3 TikToks a day.

Members: It's hard to keep track of who's in the Hype House, because it seems like that's constantly shifting, but notable former/present members include Charli D'Amilio, Dixie D'Amilio, Addison Rae, Avani Gregg, Kouvr Annon and Alex Warren. 

Fun fact: In June 2020, the group moved out of their original LA mansion, into a new one that was previously owned by YouTube group the Clout Gang.

The Sway House


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All-guy Sway House has been in the news recently, for more than just creating viral videos. The group has been under fire for unsafe COVID-19 practices, even leading to the major of Los Angeles having to shut down the power at the Sway House after member Bryce Hall's birthday party brought hundreds of guests into attendance. 

Members: Even after Josh Richards and Jaden Hossler left, the Sway House seems to still be going strong, with a member list including Blake Gray, Noah Beck, Anthony Reeves, Quinton Griggs and Bryce Hall.

Fun fact: Relationships between the Hype and Sway houses are common, with Noah Beck and Dixie D'Amilio in a confirmed relationship, Anthony Reeves dating Avani Gregg, and Bryce Hall and Addison Rae as exes. 

Clubhouse Beverly Hills


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The Clubhouse was started by ex-Hype House member, Daisy Keech, and fellow TikToker Abby Rao. After drama and differences came between her and follow Hype House founder Thomas Petrou, Daisy left the group and founded the Clubhouse. However, in August 2020, Daisy and Abby annouced that they were moving out of the house. 

Members: So far, the members of the Clubhouse have included Teala Dunn, Carrington Durham, Emmy Combs, Chase Keith, Kinsey Wolanski, Mariana Morais, Leslie Golden, along with the two founding members. There has been rumors of Hype House members joining the Clubhouse, but none have joined yet. 

Fun fact: Clubhouse Beverly Hills has inspired several other "Clubhouses" including Clubhouse Europe and Clubhouse For The Boys. 

Vibe Crew LA 


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Vibe Crew LA is a TikTok house for content creators between 10-15 years old. A pretty new TikTok house, Vibe Crew was founded in August 2020. Many of the members were established as actors before joining, with resumes including Chicken Girls, Dance Moms and Girl Meets World. 

Members: Notable Vibe Crew members include Lilly K, Elliana Walmsley, Lexy Kolker, Enzo Lopez, Txunamy, Indi Star, Corinne Joy, Ava Kolker, Stefan Benz, JD McCrary,  GiaNina Paoloantonio and Walker Bryant.

Fun fact: Enzo Lopez is Addison Rae's younger brother!

Now that you're all caught up with the latest TikTok houses, scroll with ease. (And tag @girlslifemag in any that you make!)

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by Serena Sherwood | 12/7/2020