Australian YouTuber and gamer Lannan Eacott, better known as LazarBeam, initially became famous with his slow-motion demolition clips. The high-school drop-out who had joined his family’s construction business, later won the internet with his Fortnite video-game commentaries and for his catchphrases such as "Yeeet" and "Carry me my son."
Chinese-Australian YouTuber Wengie has earned a phenomenally huge fan base on YouTube with her DIY, beauty, fashion, and prank videos. She has also experimented with music, releasing tracks such as Baby Believe Me. She also manages a channel that is exclusively dedicated to content related to her two cats.
Australian Twitch and YouTube star Kathleen Belsten, better known as Loserfruit, soared to fame with her Fortnite videos and livestreams. Part of the content creators’ group Click Crew, she was initially a budding journalist. She is the second person to get an exclusive Fortnite skin, the Loserfruit Cosmetic and Bundle.
Known for his YouTube channel HowToBasic, Australian YouTuber Warrun has faced major controversies due to the massive wastage of food in his videos. His content majorly consists of him throwing or mixing food, mostly eggs, and creating a mess. His controversial “how to” tutorials also got him banned twice.
Josiah Brooks, better known as Jazza, had been drawing and sketching since age 12 and later began designing animation and video games. The Australian YouTuber, who has gained a huge fan base online with his art tutorials on his YouTube channel Draw with Jazza, is now a father of two.
Harley Campbell, better known by his pseudonym RNG mrfreshasian, is an Australian YouTuber, Twitch streamer, and professional e-sports player. He is best known for being part of the popular e-sports organization, Renegades. Apart from being a popular gamer, RNG mrfreshasian is also a famous YouTuber; his YouTube channel is among the 100 most subscribed channels in Australia.
Naz Norris is a young YouTube star. She is a featured member of the family YouTube channel The Norris Nuts, run by her parents, Brooke and Justin Norris. She often appears on the channel alongside her parents and siblings, Sabre, Biggy, Sockie, Disco, and Charm Norris.
Australian Instagram star, fitness trainer, and streetwear designer Reece Hawkins gained fame with his much-publicized relationship with influencer Tammy Hembrow. The District Goods founder, who has two kids with Tammy, later split with her and secretly married model London Goheen, with whom he had another child.
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Joey Bizinger, better known by his pseudonym The Anime Man, is a Japanese-Australian rapper, voice actor, songwriter, podcaster, and YouTuber. His work focuses on manga, gaming, Japanese culture, anime, and language. In 2020, he began a podcast called Trash Taste.
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Leanne Ratcliffe, better known by her pseudonym Freelee, is an Australian YouTuber, vegan activist, and author. A fitness expert, Ratcliffe is renowned for posting videos pertaining to diet and exercise on her YouTube channel Freelee The BananaGirl.
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Instagram blogger and fitness enthusiast Tammy Hembrow soared to fame on the internet with her pre- and post-pregnancy videos, inspiring millions of young mothers. The half-Australian and half-Trinidadian blonde beauty has also campaigned for Khloé Kardashian’s brand Good American. She is now married to Instagram fitness expert Reece Hawkins.