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World A "French house" of influencers launches this weekend in Paris

02:20  29 may  2020
02:20  29 may  2020 Source:   bfmtv.com

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Des influenceurs vont se retrouver un week-end à Paris pour propulser leurs profils sur TikTok et Instagram, sur le modèle de la © Denis Charlet Influencers will meet for a weekend in Paris to propel their profiles on TikTok and Instagram, on the model of "Hype house" which brings together the American stars of social networks.

Nine young influencers will meet in a Parisian villa to propel their profiles on TikTok and Instagram, on the model of the "Hype house" which brings together the American stars of social networks.

From Friday to Sunday, Rafael Caplan (1.5 million fans on TikTok), Maxime Skye (640,000) or "Louisergt" (373,000) were invited by their agent for a first creative weekend, where they will multiply the challenges and choreographies viral, in these videos limited to 60 seconds.

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"Depending on the fallout, we will decide to settle down together at the start of the school year," said their agent, 18-year-old Imhotep Olympio, on Wednesday.

Several of these "collab houses" bringing together creators from YouTube or Instagram have been formed in recent years in the United States.

Since December 2019, the "Hype House" has been a hit on TikTok with twenty members among the biggest stars of the network, teenagers Charli D'Amelio, Chase Hudson or Addison Rae.

Each creator undertakes by contract to pay the agency a percentage of what he earns through his partnerships. "When you bring several creators together under one roof, it attracts more audience," said Olympio.

Three of the participants are still underage, so there will be "no alcohol, no drugs, no boyfriends," the officer said. "It's made to work, so that it is favorable to creativity".

Since the project's announcement on Sunday, relayed by its members, the group @thefrenchhouseparis has already gained 150,000 fans on Instagram and 300,000 on TikTok.

The social network of the Chinese group ByteDance, already very popular among the youngest, exploded during the confinement, notably attracting celebrities like Jennifer Lopez or Justin Bieber. Bytedance has just placed TikTok, the former head of Disney's streaming platforms (Disney +, Hulu and ESPN +), Kevin Mayer.

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