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TikTok Star Danielle Cohn Swears She Isn't Lying About Her Age

Plus: How to prepare for winter in quarantine hell.

Posted on September 23, 2020, at 4:26 p.m. ET

Danielle Cohn in her "No Way" music video.
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We're back! It's time for another episode of Not Great with Scaachi Koul. You're welcome.

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This week, we talk to Danielle Cohn, of TikTok and fame, about what it's like to prosper — and suffer — from your own virality. Plus, Danielle's mom, Jennifer Archambault, joins Not Great to talk about how Danielle's online fame has affected the entire family, from alleged stalking to constant CPS calls.

Finally, Scaachi offers some tips on how to survive a winter in quarantine. (Hope you already have a hacksaw!)

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