Celebrity·Posted on Nov 3, 2020Dixie D'Amelio Talked About Her Family Becoming The New KardashiansAnd other things we learned in her Euphoria interview.by Alex GurleyBuzzFeed ContributorLinkFacebookPinterestTwitterMail TikTok superstar Dixie D'Amelio is ready to take center stage — starting with her very first solo magazine cover. @dixiedamelio / Via instagram.com The 19-year-old, who boasts over 40 million followers on the app, just landed her first solo magazine cover with Euphoria mag. View this photo on Instagram @euphoriazine / Via instagram.com And it's totally stunning. But Dixie’s exponential rise to fame over the past year (which includes a hit single, TV show, merchandise, and more) almost didn’t happen when she initially shied away from joining TikTok. View this photo on Instagram @euphorazine / Via instagram.com “I was just embarrassed. I’ve always loved watching YouTube videos and morning routine videos and all that and I wanted to do it so badly, but I was just so embarrassed," Dixie told Euphoria. Thankfully, her younger sister Charli convinced her to stick around...and it definitely worked out for the duo. View this photo on Instagram @charlidamelio / Via instagram.com "She proved me wrong by becoming the most followed person on the app,” Dixie laughed. While the sisters undeniably balance each other out quite perfectly, Dixie is now stepping away from their intertwined careers. View this photo on Instagram @euphoriazine / Via instagram.com She took the first step by moving out of her family's home and into her very own apartment. “Charli and I work together very well, but it’s nice having our separate places now because we can be separate sometimes and have time apart,” Dixie explained. This also includes her budding music career and her new holiday single with Liam Payne (which has racked up millions of streams in just a few days). View this photo on Instagram @liampayne / Via instagram.com "I would have loved to have the chance to be in the studio together, but hopefully we’ll get a chance to meet in person in the future,” Dixie said of working with Liam virtually. Dixie isn't forgetting her family though, who just landed their first reality show and are already garnering comparisons to the Kardashians. View this photo on Instagram @dixiedamelio / Via instagram.com While Dixie calls the comparisons "very nice," she says it's a lot of pressure to live up to their "iconic" careers.“Now that we’re doing the reality show, people are like, ‘Oh, is it going to be like the Kardashians? Are you guys going to be fighting and all this?’ I’m like, ‘Probably not.’ We just want to show our lives,” Dixie explained. As for what fans can actually expect from the show? A lot of behind-the-scenes content about their hectic lives. View this photo on Instagram @marcdamelio / Via instagram.com “I think it’s going to be more like, ‘This is our lives and what we do,’ because people don’t get to see that. They just think we make TikToks and sit around all day. It’ll be showing our daily lives, how busy we actually are, what we’re doing,” Dixie said of the show. And as for what else the future holds for Dixie? Finding her place and making sure she can help others along the way. View this photo on Instagram @euphoriazine / Via instagram.com “I just try to find the positive side of things. It’s okay to be sad and it’s okay to joke about things. Not everything needs to be so serious and scary, but also I think it’s important to take time for yourself, which a lot of people don’t do,” she explained.Dixie added, “If I know someone else is struggling, it helps me to help them, because I’ve taken care of myself for a long time so being able to help others feels really good.” Read the entire interview over at Euphoria magazine.