Farrier Sam Dracott amassed over one million followers in just two months with his unique ASMR content featuring the horses he cares for. In the video that made him viral, Sam satisfyingly shows us the unique way he changes a horse’s shoe.
In this Spider-Man themed video, comedy TikToker Jeremy Lynch does his best impression of the Marvel superhero - featuring imaginary webs and the ability to (kind of) stick to walls. We rate him a solid seven out of 10 for his spidey skills.
Mesha Moinirad - better known as Mr. Colitis Crohns on TikTok - uses his platform of 2.8 million followers to educate audiences on Crohn’s disease. In this video, captioned “a bag is nothing to be ashamed of”, Mesha shows viewers how he changes his stoma bag.
Now, the number one most viewed TikTok video in the UK shows that cats still rule the Internet.
Mia, an adorable white cat with one blue eye and one green, became a viral sensation for her super-smart skills. In this video, we see Mia successfully cross an obstacle course made up of cups and cardboard.
We can see exactly why she’s TikTok’s most viewed cat of 2021!
On this year’s TikTok top ten, James Stafford - head of community at TikTok - told Indy100: “What tends to do well on Tiktok is the sweet, joyful, happy and positive content which a lot of the videos have in common.
“Most people also enjoy a snapshot of what life is like for somebody where there’s no filter or pretending. That’s what connects a lot of the videos on our list - they’re real, interesting, authentic snapshots.”
On the app’s growth and appeal over the last year, James said: “People tell us they turn to TikTok because it makes them feel good and it’s joyful, it’s fun to be part of it and it’s easy to create - you see a slice of life that’s different and it’s a happy, fun, safe space that people have connected to over the year we’ve had.”
Here at Indy100, we cannot wait to see what TikTok has in store for us all in 2022!