The 15-year-old ruling TikTok is using her platform to spread awareness about social distancing. Teenager Charli D’Amelio will be going live Friday on Instagram to teach fans her new #DistanceDance.

“Tag me and hashtag 'DistanceDance,' and try to just relay the message as much as you can throughout TikTok,” she told Entertainment Tonight.

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The #DistanceDance was created from D’Amelio’s partnership with the consumer goods corporation Procter and Gamble, to encourage others across the country to remain in their homes socially distancing, Insider reported. The goal is to get people to post their own video of the dance using the #DistanceDance, and for the first 3 million videos, Procter and Gamble will donate to Feeding America and Matthew 25, which are both working to provide humanitarian aid to those affected by COVID-19.

“I partnered with P&G to help spread the message that staying home is extremely important, [as is] social distancing and making sure that you're keeping yourself safe as well as everyone else,” D’Amelio said. “Only go out when you really, really have to.”

D’Amelio recently usurped Loren Gray on March 25 to become the most followed person on TikTok and did so in only nine months. Her fame rapidly rises each week. In just the two weeks since she became the most followed person on TikTok with 41.4 million followers, her followers have now climbed to 46.5 million.

“I mean, it's crazy to go from zero followers to 40-something million,” she said “I don't even know where I'm at right now. But it's really crazy.”

D’Amelio's sister Dixie, who is a TikTok star in her own right, will most likely be joining in on the Instagram live April 10, along with other surprise guests “that you might not expect.”

“It'll be just one big dance party," she said.

D’Amelio has danced with Jennifer Lopez, “Stranger Things” star Noah Schnapp and appeared on Jimmy Fallon’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” so there’s no telling what celebrities could pop up on her livestream.

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U.S. internet celebrities Charli D'Amelio and Dixie D'Amelio arrive for the Z100's iHeartRadio Jingle Ball at Madison Square Garden in New York on Dec. 13, 2019. STEVEN FERDMAN/AFP via Getty Images