There is no doubt that people adore Frenchies. They are completely beloved, not only by their parents but also by anyone they encounter. These gorgeous canines are already household names in their home communities, but some have achieved international fame because of social media platforms or well-known parents. Who owns the most prominent French Bulldogs in the world, and which A-listers are the biggest fans of this breed?
Read our list to learn about six of them.
Griffin the Frenchie
Griffin, the Frenchie, and his sister Haru are currently the most famous French Bulldogs in the world. They are genuine TikTok superstars with over 80 million likes on their short videos and a following of about 5 million followers. They also enjoy massive success with 312,00 subscribers to their YouTube channel and 428,00 followers to their Instagram feed.
Manny the Frenchie
In the 2010s, Manny shot to fame, amassing over 1 million Instagram followers and 1.6 million likes on Facebook to become the first dog in the world to have so many fans. Many of the most prominent print and digital media outlets have profiled him, and he has even been the subject of a book, Manny the Frenchie and the Art of Happiness. In 2016, he won the CW's World Dog Award for being the most popular and influential dog.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson - Brutus and Hobbs
In 2016, The Rock brought home two French bulldog brothers, Brutus and Hobbs. Unfortunately, Brutus passed away after consuming a poisonous mushroom, but he is still with Hobbs, who appears to be a witty canine. He made his acting debut in his father's blockbuster Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw, in which he blew everyone away.
Walter Geoffrey, the singing Frenchie
The Austinite Walter Geoffrey is, without a doubt, the most theatrical of all the Frenchies out there. He rose to fame after TikTok videos of his hilarious screaming gained millions of views, 767,000 Instagram followers, and 591,000 Facebook admirers. He's so well-liked that dog food company The Farmer's Dog has made him their official mascot.
Lady Gaga is an avid fan of French bulldogs. She has three gorgeous furry children named Miss Asia, Koji, and Gustav. The latter two became extremely well-known after being forcibly taken from the singer's dog walker last year. Luckily, they were both delivered to their renowned mother without difficulty. You can keep up with all of their adventures on Miss Asia's Instagram, where she has become a star with almost 220,000 followers.
Tom Hardy - Blue
Tom Hardy is yet another well-known actor who has a soft spot for French bulldogs. He has a lovely puppy named Blu, whom he brought to the premiere of the film Venom in 2021. As you might expect, Blu was the center of attention on the glitzy red carpet.
During the early 20th century, particularly in London and Paris, the French Bulldog rose to fame and became incredibly stylish. American tourists in France fell in love with these little puppies, preferring their large bat ears to the smaller American Bulldogs in the United States. If you’ve ever wondered about the popularity of this breed, these six names should settle the case.