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Spilling Secrets and Funny Stories: D'Amelio Sisters' Best Moments on 'The Tonight Show'

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The queens of TikTok Charli and Dixie D'Amelio sat down with Jimmy Fallon for a special appearance on The Tonight Show. From spilling secrets they've kept from their parents, to their key for social media success, here's everything you need to know.

Charli Dixie D'Amelio
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Things got exciting on The Tonight Show when Jimmy Fallon asked Charli to share a secret about her sister that the girls' parents don't know. "She stole my mom's car once," Charli revealed while Dixie sat next to her wearing noise-canceling headphones. "I don't want to get her in trouble! Sorry, mom." As for why the older D'Amelio took the vehicle without permission?

Dixie D'Amelio Jimmy Fallon
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Her sister doesn't remember. "I don't know. She probably went to a friend's house or something. I think she just wanted to be rebellious once, and that was it. She stopped there," Charli explained. "I just remember her telling me, 'Oh, yeah, I stole the car.' I was like, 'OK!'"

Dixie then took off the headphones and rejoined the conversation. Luckily, the starlet said she already filled her parents in on the story, and they won't be finding out through national TV. "I literally just told them this a couple of weeks ago, but I did steal my mom's car in high school to drive to my friends," the TikTok icon admitted.

D'Amelio The Tonight Show
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Later in the interview, Dixie shared how she really felt when Charli first joined TikTok. "She started at a time where TikTok was still really embarrassing and I was really embarrassed that she was posting," Dixie revealed. "My friends at school were very into what she was doing and I was like, 'Oh my gosh. She is so weird, blah, blah, blah.'"

Charli chimed in, "I had just hit 100K and I was like, 'Oh my goodness, this is so insane.' And she [Dixie] was like, 'Talk to me when you hit a million,' and that's when she joined." The younger sister also shared what she considers to be the key to social media success: honesty. "I feel like you have to be as authentic as you can be because people can tell when you're not being authentic and they don't resonate with that as much," D'Amelio said. The famous siblings will be opening up even more in their upcoming Hulu show, along with their parents Marc and Heidi.