YouTube beauty vlogger James Charles is targeted by trolls ahead of visit to Australia

YouTuber beauty vlogger James Charles has been mercilessly trolled online ahead of his arrival to Australia this week.

Due to appear on Seven’s Sunrise on Friday, the makeup-artist was targeted by negative comments on the program’s Facebook page.

‘Oh god, Australia. Time to bleach your eyes and block your ears,’ one comment read in reaction to the 19-year-old being a future TV guest.  

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'Time to bleach your eyes and block your ears': YouTube beauty vlogger James Charles is targeted by trolls who plan to egg the star and boycott his appearances in Australia (Pictured: James Charles at the 2019 Met Gala in New York on Monday)

'Time to bleach your eyes and block your ears': YouTube beauty vlogger James Charles is targeted by trolls who plan to egg the star and boycott his appearances in Australia (Pictured: James Charles at the 2019 Met Gala in New York on Monday)

‘Time to bleach your eyes and block your ears’: YouTube beauty vlogger James Charles is targeted by trolls who plan to egg the star and boycott his appearances in Australia (Pictured: James Charles at the 2019 Met Gala in New York on Monday)

James has become one of the biggest online celebrities over the past three years, with 16.2 million followers on Instagram and 16 million YouTube subscribers.

He has collaborated with many A-list stars for YouTube makeup tutorials, including Iggy Azalea, Kylie Jenner, Demi Lovato and Katy Perry.

Other comments simply used throwing-up emojis and harshly stated ‘what the f**k is that’, ‘what is that’, and ‘wtf is that thing?’ 

‘Yuck. why is this happening?’ another troll asked the thread, while others dramatically claimed they would be ‘boycotting Sunrise forever’.

‘I’d rather have as power outage than give him time’ one user said, while others poked fun of his singing ability: ‘If they get him to sing I’m going to throw my TV out.’ 

'Yuck': Due to appear on Seven's Sunrise on Friday, the makeup-artist was targeted by negative comments on the program's Facebook page when they promoted his visit

'Yuck': Due to appear on Seven's Sunrise on Friday, the makeup-artist was targeted by negative comments on the program's Facebook page when they promoted his visit

 ‘Yuck’: Due to appear on Seven’s Sunrise on Friday, the makeup-artist was targeted by negative comments on the program’s Facebook page when they promoted his visit

Tune in: James Charles will appear on Seven's Sunrise on Friday from 7.30am

Tune in: James Charles will appear on Seven's Sunrise on Friday from 7.30am

Tune in: James Charles will appear on Seven’s Sunrise on Friday from 7.30am

'I'd rather have a power outage than give him time': Many Facebook users dramatically claimed they would be 'boycotting Sunrise forever' because of his guest appearance

'I'd rather have a power outage than give him time': Many Facebook users dramatically claimed they would be 'boycotting Sunrise forever' because of his guest appearance

‘I’d rather have a power outage than give him time’: Many Facebook users dramatically claimed they would be ‘boycotting Sunrise forever’ because of his guest appearance

Too far: Some of the comments made threatening remarks, suggesting they were planning to throw eggs and flour at the star during his visit Down Under

Too far: Some of the comments made threatening remarks, suggesting they were planning to throw eggs and flour at the star during his visit Down Under

Too far: Some of the comments made threatening remarks, suggesting they were planning to throw eggs and flour at the star during his visit Down Under

Some of the comments made threatening remarks, suggesting they were planning to throw eggs and flour at the star during his visit Down Under. 

Many of James’ fans rushed to his defense, saying: ‘Didn’t realise Australia still had so many close minded and homophobic people.’   

While there were plenty of comments condemning the ‘inconsiderate’, ‘atrocious and so unnecessary’ opinions on the post, it appears Seven may have moderated most of the hateful comments.  

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Channel Seven for comment.

'Keep your opinions to yourself': While there were plenty of comments condemning the 'inconsiderate', 'atrocious and so unnecessary' opinions on the post, it appears Seven may have moderated most of the hateful comments

'Keep your opinions to yourself': While there were plenty of comments condemning the 'inconsiderate', 'atrocious and so unnecessary' opinions on the post, it appears Seven may have moderated most of the hateful comments

‘Keep your opinions to yourself’: While there were plenty of comments condemning the ‘inconsiderate’, ‘atrocious and so unnecessary’ opinions on the post, it appears Seven may have moderated most of the hateful comments

'I unintentionally implied that my trans brothers & sisters aren't valid. this is NOT what I was trying to say': James recently defended himself after fans accused him of making 'transphobic  comments' in an April YouTube video

'I unintentionally implied that my trans brothers & sisters aren't valid. this is NOT what I was trying to say': James recently defended himself after fans accused him of making 'transphobic  comments' in an April YouTube video

‘I unintentionally implied that my trans brothers & sisters aren’t valid. this is NOT what I was trying to say’: James recently defended himself after fans accused him of making ‘transphobic  comments’ in an April YouTube video

Poking fun: The teen star was recently criticised for his Sister Tour's high prices, as he charges VIP fans $500 for meet and greets, including $52.50 for infants

Poking fun: The teen star was recently criticised for his Sister Tour's high prices, as he charges VIP fans $500 for meet and greets, including $52.50 for infants

Poking fun: The teen star was recently criticised for his Sister Tour’s high prices, as he charges VIP fans $500 for meet and greets, including $52.50 for infants

James has come under fire numerous times in recent months, with the star being accused of being transphobic in an April YouTube video.

He later apologised on Twitter: ‘I unintentionally implied that my trans brothers & sisters aren’t valid. this is NOT what I was trying to say. you are valid in your identity!! I apologize & should’ve chosen my words wiser!’   

He has also been criticised for his Sister Tour’s high prices, charging VIP fans $500 for meet and greets, and $52.50 for infants.

Artist to the stars! James has collaborated with many A-list stars for YouTube makeup tutorials, including Iggy Azalea, Kylie Jenner, Demi Lovato and Katy Perry

Artist to the stars! James has collaborated with many A-list stars for YouTube makeup tutorials, including Iggy Azalea, Kylie Jenner, Demi Lovato and Katy Perry

Artist to the stars! James has collaborated with many A-list stars for YouTube makeup tutorials, including Iggy Azalea, Kylie Jenner, Demi Lovato and Katy Perry

James rose to international fame in 2015 after becoming the first male ambassador for makeup company CoverGirl cosmetics. 

Thanks to his clothing line and lucrative YouTube channel, he has amassed an $11 million fortune.

He recently created his own makeup line, The James Charles palette, for Australian cosmetics brand Morphe.

A star was born! James rose to international fame in 2015 after becoming the first male ambassador for makeup company CoverGirl cosmetics. He now has more than 16 million fans online and an $11 million fortune

A star was born! James rose to international fame in 2015 after becoming the first male ambassador for makeup company CoverGirl cosmetics. He now has more than 16 million fans online and an $11 million fortune

A star was born! James rose to international fame in 2015 after becoming the first male ambassador for makeup company CoverGirl cosmetics. He now has more than 16 million fans online and an $11 million fortune

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