Latest TikTok Trends August 2022: The Most Viral TikTok Trends This Week

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Latest TikTok Trends

If you’re looking for the latest TikTok trends in August, here’s what’s going viral right now.

From funny lip-syncing videos to TikTok duets to long 10-minute videos, TikTok offers a wide variety of content to keep you entertained. With new trends keep popping up every day, it might be a little hard for you to keep up with the most popular ones.

That’s where this list comes in! We’ve curated some of the best TikTok trends from this week. Keep reading to find out which one is currently going viral on the app.

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What Are The Latest TikTok Trends?

Whether you are a TikToker who wishes to jump on the latest trends to get discovered by a wider audience, or someone who just wants to know what's trending on Tiktok, we have got you covered.

Here are some popular TikTok trends that you should know about.

Floating Rock Trend

Posting a video to this sound where the first clip shows you with a text overlay describing a situation where you feel insecure. It is followed by a second clip zooming out of the Earth showing that we all are just tiny specks in the vast universe, demonstrating that we shouldn’t worry about trivial stuff.

“80% Of My Time” Trend

Posting a video of you lip-syncing to this sound where you use a text overlay to show what you spend “80% of your time talking about.” In other words, what you’re obsessed with.

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Tell Me Something That’ll Piss Me Off

The trend involves lip-syncing to this sound, with a text overlay/screenshot showing something that pisses you off instantly right before saying “Yup that’ll do it”.

You can check out this example of the latest TikTok trending sound.

Knock Knock Transition

As the name suggests, it involves people knocking on a door in a rhythmic manner.

Using a door as a transition point, typically, they start the video off in one look (usually without makeup, or not dressed up) then transition to the other side of the door in another look (usually dressed in full glam), knocking.

Ew, That’s So Cringe

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Kim Kardashian saying, “Ew, that is so cringe. Guilty.” at Saturday Night Live segment from Oct. 9, 2021, is the now-trending sound.

Posting a video lip-syncing to this sound, with a text overlay describing something the user does that could be deemed as “cringe.” Essentially, it's about users embracing their inner cringe.

No, Thanks

Another trending sound by a Kardashian. The trend involves lip-syncing to this sound, with a text overlay of someone asking/telling something you don't want to do/appreciate.

Pro tip: Always hop on Kardashian sounds early because they always grow quickly.

Go ahead and try out these trends and make your TikTok video stand out. If your TikTok video is stuck at 0 views, there are ways to fix it. You can follow #trendalert on TikTok to identify emerging trends.

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TikTok Trending Sounds August 2022

Flashing LightsMusic For a Sushi Restaurant, Ojitos Lindos and Jiggle Jiggle are some of the sounds that have been trending on TikTok right now. You can find more trending sounds and hashtags in the Discover tab.

We’ll be frequently updating this list as new TikTok trends emerge. So be sure to keep coming back for the latest viral TikTok trends in 2022! Press Ctrl + D to bookmark this page, so you won't miss out on the latest trends.