Addison Rae posts 'tongue-touching' photo with actress Nell Verlaque, followers ask 'Are you coming out?'
Addison Rae and controversies go hand in hand. Known for her dancing videos on TikTok, this time the 22-year-old TikTok influencer from Louisiana took the shock factor to a whole new level with a very controversial picture. Rae, who is a close friend of reality TV veteran Kourtney Kardashian, was spotted on Instagram touching tongues with her female look-alike friend, actress Nell Verlaque, in an Instagram post.
The 22-year-old 'Zombies' actor Milo Manheim can also be seen in the background, mouth open in a scandalized expression. The ladies were seen closing their eyes as they went tongue to tongue. Milo wrote, "Uuummm yeeeaahh I'll have what she's having" in the comment section.
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'Are you coming out?'
The photo was taken during the wrap party for 'Thanksgiving,' which comes out on November 17. After Addison posted the image, fans were shocked. One follower wrote, "Tacky and low class! Im surprised!!" then added, "Are you coming out?" Others hinted that Addison may have been queer-baiting, a trend that has taken over social media to garner clicks. Another wrote in the comment box, "Feel like I should insert Brittney quote."
Addison Rae is currently fourth most-followed TikToker
Addison Rae's TikTok account, which she started in 2019 after posting dancing videos, has made her well-known. Rae, who started competing in dance shows when she was six years old, is now the fourth most followed TikTok curator worldwide, behind only Khaby Lame, Charli D'amelio, and Bella Poarch. On TikTok, Rae has more than 88 million followers, and on Instagram, she has nearly 40 million followers.
She’s not ‘limited to one thing’
'Thanksgiving' is a horror film directed by Eli Roth, starring Rae. It is based on a fake trailer for the 2007 double feature 'Grindhouse' by Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez. Two stories were told 'back-to-back' in the OG feature film. Rodriguez's film was about a group of survivors who battle zombie-like creatures, while Tarantino's was an action thriller about a murderous stuntman who kills young women with modified vehicles.
The TikTok sensation made her first film debut with Netflix's 'He's All That.' Within less than two weeks of the film's release, the streaming giant formed a partnership with Rae to develop new films for her to produce and star in. She said: "I want to let people know that I am not only limited to one thing. Not only do I want to play the bad guy, but also the good guy as well. My ultimate goal is to create something as real and deep as possible."