Did the Hype House just get a bit bigger? The TikTok collective group has become a powerful entity in the world of social media, forwarding the careers of many influencers with the teens' ability to collaborate on videos and profit off of having their name aligned with the brand. Since Charli D'Amelio and her older sister Dixie opted to leave the group in May, it seems like there are a few spots to fill. While we're sure any rising social media influencer would love to snag an exclusive membership to the Hype House, fans were shocked when news started circulating that Daniel Seavey was possibly the group's newest addition. For those who may be unfamiliar with the year-old's background, Daniel is a singer who is part of the boy band Why Don't We. Prior to joining the all-boy pop group, Daniel skyrocketed to fame as a fan-favorite contestant on Season 14 of American Idol in He went on to place ninth overall in the singing competition. So, did the talented musician really join a TikTok group?
Did Daniel Seavey really join the Hype House?
Formed in , they have released one studio album and six extended plays along with various singles. The band originally formed on September 27, ,  after having all met in Los Angeles , California , a year prior. On August 31, , they released their first album, 8 Letters to negative critic reviews. The band has cited Justin Bieber as their main musical inspiration.
He is part of the five-piece band, Why Don't We. In he appeared on the 14th season of American Idol with his rendition of "Hallelujah". Since he was little his mom described Daniel to have a perfect pitch and find music in everything. By the time he was was ten years old he could play the piano and guitar alongside violin and cello. He also participated in a few talent shows. He and his father used to travel down to Portland to play music on the street for art walks. The first time he performed, covering Adele's "Someone Like You", there was about three hundred people present, stopping traffic.
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