The 10 most-liked TikToks of all time

The most-liked TikToks have one thing in common: They’re all fun. Social media can be a little emotionally draining, but TikTok remains a platform where folks can enjoy themselves.

So if you like choreography, Cardi B and/or The Rock, this list of the most-liked TikToks of all time might be the perfect pick-me-up.

10. Charli D’Amelio dancing with her parents — 20.4M likes


@heididamelio @marcdamelio


Charli D’Amelio is a dancer with more than 100 million followers on TikTok, making her the most-followed person on the app. D’Amelio’s video of her and her parents, Heidi D’Amelio and Marc D’Amelio, doing the “Who’s Next” Challenge blew up on social media, bringing in a staggering 20.4 million likes. Get into the groove, mom!

9. The Rock and Kevin Hart celebrating Christmas — 21.1M likes


@imkevinhart is getting nothing but coal this year. #badsanta

♬ All I Want for Christmas is YOU – plottwist

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is just one of those people universally adored on the internet. The “Jumanji” actor was joined by his costar comedian Kevin Hart for a bit of Christmas fun back in 2019. Johnson dressed as an elf and towered over Hart, who dressed up for the occasion in a Santa Claus costume. This TikTok is just one of those gifts that keep on giving.

8. The Rock and Kevin Hart’s best friend check — 22.4M likes

Even before the duo was celebrating Christmas together, Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart were celebrating their friendship. These two just do everything together!

7. Addison Rae doing the ‘WAP’ dance — 23.2M likes


i had to do it before my mom did…. goodnight dc @besperon

♬ WAP(feat. Megan Thee Stallion) – Cardi B

When rappers Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion dropped “WAP,” the collaboration was an instant hit. A dance challenge inspired by the song spread like wildfire on TikTok, and when TikToker Addison Rae did her version of the twerk-filled choreography, it scored her seventh place on the list the most-liked TikToks of all time. What a bad bleep!

6. Kobe the pug taking a ‘small bite’ — 24M likes

For a while, the TikTok trend of the moment was to present your pet with a piece of food and tell them that they can take a small bite of it. One video that came out of that trend was this one from Kathrina Rebosa, in which she presents her pug Kobe with a chicken nugget and he gently nibbles on it once he is allowed to do so. If there’s any video on this list that deserves millions of likes, it’s this one.

5. Kison Kee slipping with milk — 24.2M likes


You guys (literally) asked for this 😂 #comedy #fyp #wtbdijw

♬ original sound – Kison Kee

Kison Kee is known on TikTok for his comedic skits. He scored one of the most-liked videos on TikTok for his impersonation of a mom. Wearing cups as heels and serving up a bowl of cereal, Kee takes one step forward with the bowl of breakfast before plummeting to the floor. But there’s only laughing — no crying — over this spilled milk.

4. @JustMaiko dancing on an escalator — 25.6M likes


its official: we are the CEO’s of this sound🤷‍♂️🔥 @justjonathan14

♬ AhiChallenge – ROD🥴

Just two days before uploading his escalator dancing video that went on to receive 19 million likes, Michael Le uploaded a similar video that received even more likes — 25.6 million, to be exact. In this video, the dancer performs a slinky, reggaeton dance with his kid brother.

3. Billie Eilish’s first TikTok — 26M likes

Billie Eilish posted her first TikTok on Nov. 12, and it didn’t take long for her to rack up millions of followers. Within five days, the Grammy award-winning singer received more than 5 million followers, plus more than 26 million likes on her first video, making it one of the most-liked TikToks of all time.

2. This cute cat pawing a cardboard box — 33.4M likes

It’s a cute cat getting confused by a cardboard box — what’s not to love?

1. Bella Poarch dancing to “M to the B” — 42.9M likes

Bella Poarch joined TikTok in April 2020 and already has over 42 million followers, not to mention the most-liked TikTok of all time. The clip of her lip-syncing to “M to the B” and emoting with head bobs and crossed eyes skyrocketed in popularity with over 42.9 million likes to date.

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