Celebrities and their descendants flock to TikTok to entertain them and their fans during the lockdown.
And it seems that the social media platform is very lucrative since stars like the Beckham family and Gordon Ramsay have reportedly been able to rake in a huge amount with their posts.
According to a study by Compare.bet that The Sun received on Friday, Gordon's family is at the top of TikTok's rich list after earning an incredible £ 142,000 thanks to their contributions.
Impressive! Gordon Ramsay and his family have reportedly earned an incredible £ 142,000 at TikTok for topping the app's list claimed on Friday
53-year-old Gordon and his 18-year-old daughter Tilly have participated in a series of fun viral videos to try the latest dance crazies or cook together.
Having created 29 videos on the platform for her six million followers, the family is expected to earn £ 4,900 per post.
Victoria and David Beckham's son Romeo now have their own TikTok account, in which the fashion goggle appeared and which they shared on their Instagram.
Not bad: Meanwhile, the son of Victoria and David Beckham, Romeo, has their own TikTok account, on which the fashion goggle appeared, and is said to have brought them over £ 21,000
Amusing: Gordon and his daughter Tilly, 18, have participated in a series of fun viral videos to try the latest dance madness or cook together
In November last year, Romeo shared a video of himself and #poshmum Victoria, who was in their posh kitchen for the legendary 1997 track Spice Up Your Life!
The pop star, who became a fashion designer, seemed to remember the steps to routine while her son – who was not yet born at the time the song was released – mimicked her movements.
Thanks to their fun videos, the Beckhams have reportedly earned £ 21,866 so far, although Romeo is currently the only family member with the social media app.
MailOnline asked Gordon Ramsay and Beckham's representatives for a comment.
Joke: In November last year, Romeo shared a video of himself and #poshmum Victoria dancing in their posh kitchen to the legendary 1997 track Spice Up Your Life!
Jacqueline Jossa and her husband Dan have also earned a lot thanks to their respective TikTok accounts.
With 1.4 million followers, Jacqueline delights her fans with amusing videos in which she sings and dances or takes part in fun challenges, while Dan has 81.2,000 followers.
The publication claimed the couple had raised £ 114,000 from the platform across the two accounts.
It's fine: Jacqueline Jossa and her husband Dan have also earned a lot thanks to their respective TikTok accounts, as they have reportedly earned £ 114,000
Serious: In the meantime, Stacey Solomon has vigorously switched to TikTok and through her funny videos she has earned about £ 20,400
In the meantime, Stacey Solomon has vigorously switched to TikTok and through her funny videos she has made about £ 20,400.
While Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan reportedly earned £ 16,907 in the account of the former, which includes videos like their own remake, "Groundhog Day".
Alex and Olivia Bowen are also said to have made money with the app, as it has been reported to make £ 408 a post, making a total of £ 7,344.
Have fun: Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan are said to have earned £ 16,907 in the account of the former, which includes videos like their own remake "Groundhog Day"