Toni Tone is an online talk show host and social content creator, with an audience of over 150,000 across her platforms. She is best known for her writing on Twitter, which averages over 20 million impressions a month and places her in the top 0.1% of Twitter users worldwide. Her eye-opening and insightful tweets have been featured in publications such as The Independent, Cosmopolitan, Mail Online, BuzzFeed and Huffington Post. Her online writing is also regularly shared on social media by publications and celebrities, including the likes of Oprah Magazine, Khloe Kardashian, Jemele Hill, Nicki Minaj, and Amanda Seales.

Toni’s professional social media achievements include leading an award winning skin cancer campaign for the UK’s National Health Service (NHS England) and running workshops at the University of Oxford on social media branding. Toni also works as a freelance Social Media Consultant for various brands. Outside of social media, her work as a host on online talk show Heels Off UK has enabled her to bring her online contributions to life, alongside her four co-hosts. The success of Toni’s online writing has also led to her speaking at events across the UK, and in February 2019 she was announced as the first ever ambassador for the charity Young Women’s Trust.



Receiving over 62,000 likes, Toni’s tweet has resonated with women who feel self-conscious about their chubby cheeks.
— The Independent
We’re loving this Twitter thread about the hilarious ‘truths’ our own parents used to spin us when we were little. The genius thread was started by Twitter user @t0nit0ne who shared her own tale of parenting porkies.
— Yahoo!
The responses Toni’s sharing in her Twitter thread are an emotional rollercoaster of regret, missed connections, and happily ever afters.
— Cosmopolitan
It’s these real-world outcomes that are the hallmark of truly successful social media campaigns.
— SocialSignIn
Toni’s thread is full of highs and lows; lost loves and regrets, as well as surprisingly fruitful relationships borne from settling
— The Pool
A celebration of chubby cheeks is the movement we all need – because life is hard for the fuller faced.
— Metro