Some New Faces Are Joining The Clubhouse and You're Definitely Going to Recognize Them

Carolyn Twersky

From Seventeen

Earlier this month, when some of the male members of the Clubhouse BH started posting their goodbyes to the house on Instagram, many fans were concerned and assumed they'd been kicked out. Just a few days later, though, it was revealed that the boys were simply moving into a new, sister house of BH or, more appropriately, a brother house. And thus, Clubhouse FTB (For The Boys) was born.

The separation came as BH decided to focus on female empowerment. The house was originally started by social media influencers Daisy Keech and Abby Rao, following Daisy's public feud with the co-creator of the Hype House, Thomas Petrou. Now, the house is going back to their female roots, while still promoting their male content creators in a different way. This shift left some empty rooms in the BH house and we finally know who will be filling those beds. YouTuber and actress Teala Dunn will be moving into the Beverly Hills mansion, along with TikTok stars Alexa and Alicia Montes and racing driver Lindsay Brewer.

Longtime YouTube stans will be very familiar with Teala, who has been popular on the platform for years now. The 23-year-old has always admired the Clubhouse, so when she was approached to move in and join the content group, the answer was obvious.

"Clubhouse BH is very classy and has this girl-power energy," she told Seventeen. Teala, who is good friends with BH member Charly Jordan, said that she was constantly over at the house already, hanging out with the girls and making videos. "It just worked out perfectly and it was very organic."

Photo credit: Casius Dean
Photo credit: Casius Dean

The Montes Twins, won't be moving too far to join the house. They are currently members of BH's other sister house, Clubhouse Next, which they will now be leaving behind. Still, they're looking forward to a new chapter. "BH has a really good vibe," Alexa said. "It's a beautiful house and I'm just excited for the new content and new opportunities."

Alexa and Alicia will miss their time at Clubhouse Next, which features younger members and a more "high school party vibe" as Alexa described it. "I only got here like a month ago and I feel like I've known everybody forever. We all truly work really well together and it's been really fun." The twins are hoping that with their move, they can bridge the two houses together a little bit more.

Teala and the twins join the Clubhouse as fans call for more diversity in the group's ranks. When the members were first announced back in March, many were shocked by the homogeneous nature of the house. Now, amid the current civil rights movement, the group, which currently features all white creators, has been met with even more criticism.

"I'm excited that there's going to be diversity in the Clubhouse," Teala said. "That's definitely something that the Clubhouse was lacking and I'm looking forward to bringing some spice, some flavor and some bad dancing."

Photo credit: Lee John Godoy
Photo credit: Lee John Godoy

Of course, Teala and the twins will also be bringing their large fan bases and their own skills to the group. Alexa and Alicia focus more on lifestyle content on TikTok and they're excited to bring their expertise to BH.

"I feel like we'll showcase more of the house and the house's energy," Alicia said.

While at the house, the girls, who are known for their fashion-focused videos, are hoping to start work on a fashion line. The project comes in a sea of merch lines getting released by influencers and social media stars. The twins, though, have something different planned.

"We love fashion so we're definitely looking into it and starting up that process of making our own brand that other people can wear," Alicia said. "We can incorporate it into our fashion videos because it would be really cool to style something we've made."

For now, though, Teala and the twins will be hunkering down in the Clubhouse as the pandemic rages on, filming TikToks, moving in vlogs, and all of the things content creators do best. Hopefully, they will get a COVID test first.

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