Ontario TikToker Is Sharing Her Sleepwalking Adventures & It's Hilarious (VIDEOS)

CelinaSpookyBoo told Narcity how her sleepwalking videos first started.
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CelinaSpookyBoo Shares Her Sleepwalking Adventures On TikTok (VIDEOS)

One local Ontarian is taking TikTok by storm with her hilarious videos and beauty content. 

Celina Myers, also known as CelinaSpookyBoo, has over 13 million followers on the popular platform and recently started sharing her sleepwalking adventures. 

She can be seen in a variety of videos doing random tasks at night while completely asleep, and you can't help but laugh along with her. 

The Woodstock local told Narcity why she posted her first sleepwalking video, and how it has evolved since then. 

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What inspired you to post your first sleepwalking TikTok? 

Myers, who posted the very first video about her nighttime habits in 2019, said it all started with a note from her neighbour. 

"The first video I posted was actually in 2019, [after] a neighbour had left a note taped to our front door. I had been seen on their CCTV footage," Myers revealed to Narcity. 

"I threw a roll of aluminum foil on their front lawn and ran away. Unfortunately, I never got to see the footage but the letter was funny enough. It really wasn't that popular so I didn't think about posting anything else until the hotel incident."

The hotel incident, which gained traction on TikTok, showed Myers locked outside her room. The video shows her explaining how she was naked and woke up down the hall. 

"Knowing it was something I could induce and people enjoyed it, I kept doing it because it has created so many smiles," she concluded. 

What is your favourite sleepwalking TikTok? 

CelinaSpookyBoo reveals that cheese, chocolate and stress are some of the main things that trigger her sleepwalking episodes. 

And over the past little while, there have been some adventurous nights she caught on camera. 

The Ontarian revealed to Narcity that one of her favourite incidents was her "pool party" dream. 

In a video, Myers can be spotted sleepwalking outside and throwing cans of soda onto the lawn.

"My favourite video so far is the one where I keep feeding sodas to my lawn. The excitement on my face was just hilarious."

"It's so weird to watch yourself doing something you don't remember," she said. 

"That's one of the times on video I can recall slightly what I was dreaming about. I knew I was at a pool party with some of my favourite celebrities... I was throwing sodas in the jello pool."

What can fans expect to see from you in the future? 

While Myers is well-known for her sleepwalking TikToks, she also has a variety of other things on the go. 

"I am a few chapters into writing my new book! I'm working hard and manifesting it to be the next big Vampire Cult Classic! I hope it's available for purchase in a few months from now!" she revealed to Narcity. 

"Also we have a new eye shadow palette in the works for release this spring to compliment the first CelinaSpookyBoo palette!"

"And lastly, something super top-secret is in the works. We're working hard to bring CelinaSpookyBoo to a screen bigger than your phone!"

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