Life moves fast for upwardly mobile social media stars.
After dabbling on Instagram, where they amassed a modest following of a couple hundred thousand, it was only three years ago that fresh-faced and chisel-bodied aspiring actors Nicky Champa and Pierre Crespeau, better and more cheekily known as Pierre Boo, joined TikTok and began to post goofy, upbeat videos that often highlight their romantic relationship.
The couple, who met in 2017, almost immediately moved in together and are rarely photographed separately, have since rocketed to social media fame and fortune. Combined, they now boast more than two million Insta followers, 1.2 million YouTube subscribers, and a whopping 24.7 million TikTok followers, mostly comprised of tween girls and their moms. Looking present a more mature version of themselves, they recently launched the “Toxic AF” podcast, on which they discuss “their honest perspectives on trending topics.”
And, though they bought it only just over a year ago for a tetch more than $1.7 million and have made few if any substantial changes, they’ve lickety-split decided to sell their multi-level home in L.A.’s far-flung and guard-gated Bell Canyon suburb with an asking price of $2.25 million. The property is jointly listed with Rebekah Schwartz Sklar of The Agency and Zach Sklar at Beverly and Company.
Built in 1990 and privately positioned at the top of a long, oak-shaded driveway, the three-story concrete and glass contemporary residence presides over an acre of rocky property, with four bedrooms and four bathrooms in almost 4,500 square feet.
Interior spaces include a double-height entrance gallery and a large living room with built-in shelves and floor-to-ceiling windows that frame open mountain views. The separate dining room is uniquely bullet shaped, and what listing describe as a “Classic country kitchen” offers wood beams across the ceiling, a butcher block-topped center island, outdated appliances, and a sunny breakfast area where a kiva-style fireplace is embellished with wacky ceramic tiles that depict various fruits and vegetables.
The top-floor comprises the primary suite, with its travertine-tiled bathroom and private terrace, along with a spacious lounge where the couple have hung a pink neon sign of their first names over the fireplace.
A five-sided pool with inset spa cantilevers over the rugged hillside outside the living and dining rooms, while numerous terraces that extend the living space to the outdoors, some covered for shade and some exposed to the blazing San Fernando Valley sunshine, are connected by a series of exterior staircases.
Other notable features include an elevator to whisk groceries and guests up from the ground floor three-car garage, and a climate-controlled wine cellar with a snazzy lighting system.
No word on whether the couple plan to remain in Los Angeles, but according to their various social media accounts they have been gallivanting around Europe for the last few weeks so perhaps their next real estate stop is the château in France that tops their wish list.