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13 famous celebrities in Canada on TikTok

Canadian celebrities are joining the world of TikTok, entertaining the masses with everything from silly dance numbers to hopping on sofas while pretending the floor is lava (remember that game?).

From Canadian singers to political leaders, here's who you should be following on TikTok.

Justin Bieber (@justinbieber)

The Ontario-born singer entertains his 17 million followers by rocking out to songs in his swanky mansion (including his rendition of Drake's Toosie Slide).

His wife, Hailey Bieber, also makes an appearance in a dance video.

Shawn Mendes (@shawnmendes)

Ever wanted to hear Shawn Mendes sing a Christmas carol? Right this way, folks. The Ontario-born singer posts a variety of videos to his TikTok account, including teasers of upcoming music and even a few fans that have covered his music.

Jagmeet Singh (@thejagmeetsingh)

The NDP Leader almost broke the internet by skateboarding to Fleetwood Mac, and there's plenty more where that came from.

Singh posts a mix of serious political stuff and more light-hearted fare (Canada's NDP Leader doing the Toosie Slide, anyone?), so you can expect a wide variety of content.

Antoni Porowski (@antoni)

The Queer Eye television personality only has one video up on TikTok so far, but it's worth following Porowski just to watch as he tells his dog a bedtime story. Your heart will melt.

Celine Dion (@celinedion)

The Queen has arrived; Céline Dion is officially on TikTok, and she's not here to play. The account is actually run by the Canadian singer's team, but you'll want to follow it purely for the throwback clips of Dion's epic performances.

Shay Mitchell (@shaymitchell)

The Pretty Little Liars actress keeps her 4.7 million followers entertained with some seriously relatable vids; the panic when you accidentally click on someone's Instagram live, anyone?

Mitchell also posts some Canadian-themed content, including the best snacks that you can't find south of the border.

Dan Levy (@danjlevy)

Oh, hey, Dan Levy; fancy seeing you here! The Schitt's Creek actor has only posted a few videos on TikTok so far, but we're all for watching him lip sync to Mariah Carey.

Howie Mandel (@officialhowiemandel)

Branded the unsung hero of TikTok, the Canadian game show host is winning over legions of fans with his memes and dad jokes; Mandel dances like every 50-year-old father at a barbecue, and we're absolutely loving it.

Alessia Cara (@alessiasmusic)

The 24-year-old Brampton singer mostly posts clips of her music (with the occasional cover thrown in). She's also not afraid to show off her love of The Incredibles, which honestly, same.

Kaitlyn Bristowe (@kaitlynbristowe)

The former Bachelorette and Dancing With the Stars contestant is taking her new dance moves to TikTok.

Aside from her dance videos, the Alberta-born influencer also posts some hilarious-but-topical videos in addition to content promoting her wine brand, Spade and Sparrows.

Mykenna Dorn (@mykenna)

The 23-year-old former Bachelor contestant loves a good dancing video with wine, and her content is ultra relatable for people in their twenties (except for maybe her yacht cruises).

The Langley influencer isn't afraid to roast herself, either, leading to some truly hilarious content.

Nina Dobrev (@nina)

The Toronto-raised Vampire Diaries actress doesn't seem to use her TikTok account all that much, but her 313,000 followers are still hanging in there in case she uploads a new vid.

Bryan Adams (@bryanadams)

Bryan Adams is on TikTok! The Ontario singer posts some — er — interesting videos, but he does post a few singing videos as well.

As Adams says in one of his videos, he's still figuring out how to actually work TikTok (much like the rest of us).

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