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What’s trending on TikTok in October 2023?

Find out which trends are on the rise on Tiktok to help you gain quick views

tiktok trends october 2023

Since some trends can no longer easily be found on the For You page, here are the top TikTok trends rising on the feed this October you don’t want to miss out on.

While we still wait for fall, and try to put the September heat behind us, we can think about what’s to come. And to start, a new month means new trends, new videos to make, and new followers to gain.

I wanna get him back!

Olivia Rodrigo continues to take the world and TikTok by storm with her new album. In a new trend, fans and TikTok users are recreating a dance she did with best friend Conan Gray to her hit song ‘get him back!’. Over 160 thousand videos have already been posted on the social media application with the song.


♬ get him back! – Olivia Rodrigo

And no one leaves…

This TikTok audio has inspired many to share personal pictures from their childhood to show how true friendships last a life time. In this trend, users are utilizing the TikTok carousel feature to share a picture from a long time ago and compare it to a recent picture to show some things never change, such as this one.

Wassup Gwayy

This trend has over 2 million posts about it on the social media application. It involves people creating videos of themselves and their friends dancing to the song “Wassup Gwayy” during the lyrics “What’s up, Gwayy? In the cut with my twin, we be vibin'”. The video will alternate between two friends who have with their hands in an L shape and moving front to back, often with a caption to show they vibe with each other, no matter what anyone says about their dynamic.


we’re cut off from society

♬ Wassup Gwayy – FamousSally & YB

Honey, it was ruined when she bought it

This TikTok trend is slowly on the rise, with over 130 thousand videos already posted in the past few days. In this trend, users are referring to instances where things, and even people, were bad before they were bought into their life.


My grandma does have tiktok so if you see this…I love you dearly🫶

♬ I was ruined when she bought it – letrianglena

She even asked me for the time

Barbie trends are still going strong, and this latest one is from a scene where Kens have a conversation that goes like this; “She even asked me for the time.” “No way!” “Way.” The trend is helping people celebrate small wins, like the one below.


i love him so much

♬ original sound – ‍

TikTok continues to be a vibrant platform of ever-evolving trends, captivating millions of users worldwide. This week’s TikTok trends showcased a diverse array of content, and any can spark engagement on your profile by staying up to date with audios and using them in your videos.

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