Who is Bella Poarch? The TikTok sensation

Bella Poarch has become a real sensation on TikTok. The Filipino influencer rose to fame with a video of less than eight seconds. Poarch, 19, has over 376 million views on TikTok. Behind their pretty faces and their soft dresses, the young woman has become a phenomenon on the social network. Bella opened her Tiktok account in April 2020 and in just 5 months she has gained 15 million subscribers. Poarch has gone viral on “M to the B” TikTok Image: Instagram @ bella.poarch In her videos, the young woman enjoys lip sync, montages and dancing. His most popular video reached 376 million views, which has become one of the most viewed on TikTok. She is a fan of Japanese culture and makes a lot of references to anime in her videos. She loves showing off videos of cosplays, tattoos and different makeup looks. His facial expressions in his videos have contributed to his resounding success. His video for “M to the B” has become the most viewed on the social network. @bellapoarch #duet with @bellapoarch I just realized this is the most loved tiktok video😭💕 Thanks and I love you guys🥺💕 ♬ M to the B – Millie B Bella Poarch’s unbeatable TikTok numbers: 15 million Instagram followers: 4.6 million Twitter followers: 78,000 followers The influencer story Image: @ bella.poarch Born in the Philippines in 2001, currently lives in Hawaii. Bella lived in the Philippines with her parents when she was little. At the age of 13, he moved with his family to the United States. The young influencer enjoys music, art, video games and anime. She served three years in the United States Navy, and although she is no longer a part of that organization, in her biography she declares herself a veteran of the United States Navy. Bella Poarch suffered from mental health issues Image: Instagram @ bella.poarch The influencer recently posted on her Instagram account that she was diagnosed in 2017 with post-traumatic stress disorder, depressive disorder and anxiety. She claims to have succeeded in controlling her disease. “Don’t worry about me, I have lived with this condition and I have a good support system by my side which helps me,” he told his supporters.

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