In less than a week since we first announced our final sendoff to Vine and the incredible creators that once made up its thriving community, a lot of those creators’ libraries of six-second online-vide-ephemera-turned-entertainment-masterpieces are in the running for BEST VINES EVER! In addition the the earlier mentioned King Bach, Brittany Furlan, Jake Paul, and Logan Paul, we’ve now got Lele Pons, Rudy Mancuso, the National Basketball Association, Thomas Sanders, and Turner Sports on board to name a few. Oh, part-time Viner and full-time international pop star Justin Bieber is in the mix, too. And we’re just getting started.

345 of the now-defunct-but-not-forgotten platform’s all-star creators are in the mix along with their collective nearly 150,000 Vines. We got Anwar JibawiBrandon Bowen, Brandon Calvillo, ChloeLMAO, David Dobrik, The Gabbie Show, Jérôme Jarre, Ry Doon, and so many more inspired individuals whose creations are all in the mix. Like we said before, we’ll dive into more of their individual Vines and what made them amazing in the near future, but be ready to vote on your faves for the BEST VINES EVER contest and awards. As a reminder, all the voting will culminate in a Top 100 countdown, along with an in-person awards and a celebration in Hollywood on April 10, 2017 befitting of the unique video medium and its creative class.

And you can start your voting right now on Snakt. Just download the app right here and watch and click away. For the uninitiated, key dates and details are below:

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How It Works:

Any former Vine creator can participate by filling out the entry form. Then all your Vines – complete with original captions – will be available on Snakt for fans to vote. Fans can vote within the Snakt mobile app with just one touch of a Vote button.

Once again, thank you for helping us pour one out to Vine one last time.

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