Vanessa Clark is a TikTok star who is popularly known by the name “Glitch Queen”. She took the Chinese short video sharing app by storm when she popularised a new trend called Glitching. The 17-year-old Massachusetts student posted a glitch dance video to her TikTok account in mid-June.
She went on to post a string of videos herself “glitching” that made her an overnight sensation with her TikTok account racked up more than 1.6 million followers from just 20k followers. Dubbed as TikTok’s Glitch Queen, Vanessa has quickly found her a place in the “one to watch” list, captivating audiences from all quarters.
Glitch Queen Biography
She was born in the year 2004.
17 years old
She’s probably from Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Student and TikTok Star
Vanessa Clark is known to be secretive when it comes to her family life. Very little is known about her life prior to her rise to fame online. There are no details regarding her family, childhood, and early life.
Clark is a student at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science,
Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Vanessa Clark Love Life
She’s probaly single. Clark likes to keep her personal life as private as possible, so she’s never shared any information about her relationship status with the public.
5 feet 3 inches or 160 cm
104 kg or 229 lbs (approx.)
Vanessa shot to fame after her video of herself glitching went viral on TikTok. Her videos have since attracted millions of views on the app and her account has got more than 1.6 million followers.
She’s known for popularising the glitching trend on TikTok and tens of thousands of fans across the world have responded to the #GlitchChallenge by posting videos of themselves making quirky dance moves.
Vanessa Clark Facts
She was raised in Worcester, Massachusetts.
She got her break in June 2021 after she posted a slew of quirky dance videos dubbed as glitching to her TikTok account. It set up a new trend on social media and since then, she is being referred to as Glitch Queen.
“Glitching” is all about making quick lurching motions that make you appear to malfunction. It has now become a popular trend on social media with many sharing their own version of the dance.
Clark isn’t a professional dancer though, she discovred this new trend by accident.