The Vine app officially shut down in January 2017. Five years later, NBC News caught up with some of the most famous ex-Viners to talk about the defunct app.
NBC News' series about former Vine stars, tied to the fifth anniversary of the platform’s death.
Christine Sydelko had 1.3 million subscribers on YouTube before she announced her departure from the public spotlight. Her fans might miss her, but Sydelko is staying offline.
Drew Gooden, who now is a full-time YouTuber with more than 3 million followers, created one of the most renowned Vines of all time.
Nicholas Fraser — the creator of the classic Vine and meme "Why You Always Lying?" — recently sold a still from his video as an NFT for about $96,000.
Nat Puff, known online as Left at London, says her reputation as a Vine star is “a blessing and curse.”
Danny Gonzalez has more than 5 million YouTube subscribers. He lovingly calls the group “Greg."