Published: 11:00, 12 February 2018
| Updated: 11:32, 12 February 2018
An online comedian's profile has soared after he joined a video entertainment profile.
Arron Crascall, of Dover, has joined musical.ly, attracting more than 100,000 to his account.
More than 13,000 users of the platform recreated his latest prank challenge and more than 187,000 have liked his challenge video.
To celebrate his joining of the network Mr Crascall challenged new fans with an exclusive prank competition, which continued until last Friday Feb 9.
The competition challenged users over a week to recreate Mr Crascall's #SeeYaLater musical.ly video.
This was a prank balancing sunglasses on his heard and by posting their creative take on it within the app using #SeYaLater.
Five of the best entries were chosen to receive exclusive musical.ly merchandise.
The challenge proved highly popular with more than 13,000 musical.ly videos submitted and the official video receiving more than 190,000 likes.
Mr Crascall, known for his catchphrase "see ya later," has become a viral star by pranking people in supermarkets, sharing jokes, stunts and public pranks.
He has become on of the most popular online comedians and one of UK's most recognised pranksters with more than 6.5 million fans on social media.
He said: "I've heard so so much about musical.y so it's very exciting to join the network.
"Musical.ly is the perfect place to share my latest comedy videos and pranks to a growing audience."
Musical.ly, founded in August 2014, allows producing, sharing and discovering of short videos and is a fast growing video network responsible for new trends within the entertainment industry.
Face filters and other advanced editing features provides users with options to create their own content, which can then be shared across online networks.
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