Charli D’Amelio Says She Does Not Want to Move Out When She Turns 18
Charli D’Amelio is the most followed person on TikTok. The 17-year-old has been able to make millions of dollars from her internet popularity. However, American society typically encourages young people to move out when they reach adulthood, D’Amelio revealed she does not want to do so anytime soon.
Charli D’Amelio lives with her parents in L.A.
D’Amelio grew up in Connecticut, but she moved to L.A. after becoming famous.
Then, D’Amelio and her family moved to L.A. and resided in a Hollywood Hills mansion. The house itself was on the market for $5.5 million, and the family was reportedly paying $35,000 per month to lease it.
Charli D’Amelio says she does not want to move out when she turns 18
As fans have seen on her social media, D’Amelio still lives with her parents. However, despite having a lot of money, she is not looking to move out anytime soon. She shared in a new interview with Variety that she is close with her family and still leans on her mom for help.
“You can tell that we all care so much about each other,” D’Amelio said. “I’ve even said this, ‘What do I do if I’m freaking out and I don’t have something to wear? Like, my mom can’t just come downstairs and help me. She’s gonna have to drive to my house?’ That’s weird. I don’t even wanna move out when I turn 18.”
Fans can actually see D’Amelio’s close relationship with her family on the upcoming docu-series The D’Amelio Show, which premieres in September.
Charli D’Amelio has a trick to getting out of doing chores at home
When D’Amelio is at home, she still has to do chores like many teenagers. Because of her internet fame, though, D’Amelio can get out of cleaning her room. In an interview with Gotham in May, D’Amelio shared that she may have told her parents the theory that her TikTok videos get more success when her room is messy.
She also added, “Like my room doesn’t have to be perfectly clean every second of the day… because that’s not a normal teenager’s life… [My followers are] not going to be like, ‘Hey, your room is really messy, you should figure that out.’ They’re going to be like, ‘Oh, that’s a cool new dance,’ or ‘I like what you did with your hair today,’ something like that.”
D’Amelio’s parents also understand that she deals with a lot of pressure from her sudden fame, so they can be easygoing about her chores.
“Back in the day, I might’ve nagged about the rooms and things like that,” her father Marc said. “I’m a little bit more lenient now.”