From red carpets to Harry Styles concerts, Chris Olsen is living his best life.
The influencer has taken over TikTok since the pandemic with his wildly popular videos. From dance challenges with his bestie Meghan Trainor to sharing his mental health struggles, the star has built a huge following online.
Plus, it doesn't hurt that he's very open about his hilarious date fails.
"I know it can have a positive impact on people. That's my goal with all of my content. It's either to make you laugh or to make you feel better or to feel like you're able to connect with someone and you're not alone. I have a really strong community of people who are full of love," Olsen tells Out.
While Olsen has earned success from multiple types of viral videos online, nothing quite compares to his coffee videos. The series has turned a viral phenomenon with over 130 million views on TikTok alone. Olsen has delivered tasty beverages to Vice President Kamala Harris, Austin Butler, Drew Barrymore, Sabrina Carpenter, Noah Centineo, Ashley Tisdale, and many more.
"It's just fun to see that I stuck with it and that it's taken on this whole new life of its own. I wanted there to be something that was more tangible from this series. I'm such a coffee person. I have two cups a day!"
As Olsen thrives as an influencer, he's now entering his businessman era with his new company: Flight Fuel. Naturally, Olsen drew inspiration from his traveling as the source of the title and he's excited fans everywhere can try his own specialty coffee.
"I've just been so excited about having this series that's lived online for so long now be something that people can literally feel like they're a part of. I'm just really excited to see people try it and be a part of my content. I'm really excited to see where it goes from there."
Beyond his full-time job as a content creator, Olsen is having some fun as a single guy since his breakup with Ian Paget. The star is hoping to break the stigma when it comes to STD's and is now focusing on loving himself.
"I'm not putting too much pressure on myself to date. I'm okay with having these fun stories that are happening. Who knows what the next year will bring dating wise? I'm starting to learn to really enjoy and love being there for myself and loving myself in that way."
To learn more about Flight Fuel, visit the website here. And to watch the full interview with Chris Olsen, check out the video below.
Chris Olsen Spills on Dating Life, Mental Health & Those Viral Coffee Videosyoutu.be