Peter Vigilante from Too Hot To Handle is more than just a pretty face. He’s also a successful TikTok influencer. He is known for his “thirst traps.”
Peter Vigilante from Too Hot To Handle season 2 is good-looking but that’s not all, as he shines as a TikTok influencer. Peter, along with nine other singles, flew down to the Turks and Caicos to film another season of the well-received Netflix dating series, which made its debut in April 2020. While Peter has yet to find love in the episodes that are currently available to watch on Netflix, Peter is hopeful that he will find a connection.
Season two of the Netflix reality show premiered its first four episodes on June 23, with six more expected to be released on June 30. For season one, only eight episodes were released and were all available in one day. However, less than a month after the show premiered, a virtual reunion was released. Viewers got to see what all the contestants were up to now. They even got updates on their relationship statuses.
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In a recent interview with Refinery29, Peter spoke about his career as a TikTok influencer. When asked about his TikTok aesthetic, which was very noticeable on the show, Peter said that it’s been a challenge to find his sweet spot on the app. Nonetheless, he feels that he has finally found his niche. “When I first started, I was just doing these weird little trends,” the 21-year-old revealed. “They were doing pretty well. But then you start realizing, ‘Oh, I need a niche.’” Peter from Staten Island began his TikTok career by sharing fitness videos, which he still does today. However, he expanded his work into other trends after he purchased a stripper’s pole. Peter’s viewers loved this niche and began coming back to his channel for more. That is when Peter realized he should start posting “thirst-traps.”
After getting so many views with his thirst traps, Peter, who is on the show with Christina Carmela, started to try new things to get people to check out his TikToks. “Then one day, my mom’s drinking wine. And I was like, ‘What if I chug the wine? People would love to see me steal my mom’s wine,’” he said, adding, “I chugged it, and the wine dribbled down my chest […] And then every comment: ‘The wine down the chest. The wine down the chest.’ I was like, ‘Oh! Here’s my thing.’” Peter had started a new trend, and he became the “Wine Guy.” Besides his several thirst traps, Peter also includes his mother in a lot of his videos. In one of his recent videos, Peter is seen in the middle of Times Square, downing a bottle of red wine while standing under a giant THTH billboard with his mother watching.
Now that Peter is a contestant on Too Hot To Handle, there is a good chance his TikTok following will grow immensely. Over the past year, TikTok has been one of the most used social media platforms. People watch different videos that are curated to appeal to their tastes. If a user is a fan of the show, there is a good chance that Peter’s TikToks will show up on their feed.
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Too Hot To Handle season two is now streaming on Netflix.
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