Being famous on Vine is not just like being rich in Monopoly money anymore.
The social media app that allows users to share six and a half second videos, has turned its stars into bonafide (and cashed up) semi-celebrities. From sponsorship deals to starring in movies (Marcus Johns, the first Viner to reach a million followers, was in last year's movie Expelled alongside fellow Viner Cameron Dallas), these six-second heroes have whipped and nae'd nae'd their smartphone success into a profitable profession. And it's only just the beginning.
Don't know what the fuss is all about? Check out our favourite ten Viners below. (PSA: Click on the top left of each Vine for sound. You're welcome.)
1. Josh Darnit
Okay, let's be honest, we're all following Josh for his adorable son, Evan (Vining at @Evancredible). The fact that he also gets dissed by his other kids (Surprise! They also have Vine accounts: @JohnnaMazing and @AJMG) is just a bonus.
Admittedly, Brittany sometimes takes it too far — "Do if for the Vine!" — but she records more hits than misses.
3. Marcus Johns
"Sometimes I just don't care!" declares Marcus. Cue: Crazy dancing and ranting in public spaces.
4. King Bach
Whether it's on his Vine account, or on his popular YouTube channel, Canadian-born Andrew Bachelor constantly pays out American culture for a laugh. No complaints here.
5. Amanda Cerny
Not just a pretty face, Amanda knows how to, ummm... roll with the boys.
6. Rudy Mancuso
Master of teleportation, amazing on the keys, has a tempestuous relationship with his 'madre', and frequently walks into poles, walls and fridge doors. What's not to love?
7. Josh Peck
Does a killer impression of a teenage Valley Girl. Actually, scratch that, does great impressions of all teenage girls.
8. Lele Pons
Oh, I think I found myself a cheerleader. Lele, and her army of friends, are always there when you need her.
10. Brodie Smith
All about his awesome trick shots. Ultimate frisbee for the win.
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