Charlotte Crobsy announces plans to move to Australia after lashing out at British documentary

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British reality sensation Charlotte Crosby has shared her plans to move to Australia.  

The Geordie Shore star, 31, told Wednesday’s Who magazine that she’s fallen in love with the land Down Under and hopes to permanently relocate from the UK in future. 

‘I think I will live in Australia in about 10 to 12 years,’ Charlotte enthused. 

Moving Down Under! Charlotte Crobsy, 31, has announced her plans to move to Australia in 'about 10 to 12 years', telling Who magazine on Wednesday that she specifically wants to live on the Gold Coast

Moving Down Under! Charlotte Crobsy, 31, has announced her plans to move to Australia in ‘about 10 to 12 years’, telling Who magazine on Wednesday that she specifically wants to live on the Gold Coast 

‘I have two online businesses that I started about two years ago and I want to get them to the point where I can sell them for a lot of money and I think I’ll give myself a 10 year limit for that so it’s all based around that,’ she explained. 

When quizzed on where she wants to live, Charlotte exclaimed: ‘Gold Coast! Absolutely bloody gorgeous, can’t even think about it because it gets us so excited!’ 

Charlotte is no stranger to the Australian celebrity scene, having appeared on the country’s local version of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! last year. 

True blue experience: Charlotte is no stranger to the Australian celebrity scene, having appeared on the country's local version of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! last year

True blue experience: Charlotte is no stranger to the Australian celebrity scene, having appeared on the country’s local version of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! last year

Local flame: She went on to briefly date her co-star, Married At First Sight Australia 'groom' Ryan Gallagher (left)

Local flame: She went on to briefly date her co-star, Married At First Sight Australia ‘groom’ Ryan Gallagher (left) 

After the show, she went on to briefly date her co-star, Married At First Sight Australia ‘groom’ Ryan Gallagher, but the couple called it quits in a matter of weeks. 

She is also long-time friends with KIIS FM presenter Kyle Sandilands and his ex-girlfriend Imogen Anthony – who memorably appeared on Charlotte’s reality show Just Tattoo Of Us in 2017. 

Charlotte made headlines earlier this week after she lashed out at reporters for repeatedly asking her questions about her plastic surgery and lip filler.

Hitting back: It comes after Charlotte lashed out at reporters for asking 'boring' questions about her plastic surgery and lip filler

Hitting back: It comes after Charlotte lashed out at reporters for asking ‘boring’ questions about her plastic surgery and lip filler

Speaking to Sydney’s Daily Telegraph while promoting her new unfiltered podcast on Tuesday, the glamazon complained about being asked the same ‘boring’ questions about her cosmetic produces during every interview.

‘Every f**king interview is so f**king boring because all I get asked is when is the next time I am going to get lip filler,’ she ranted. 

She continued: ‘How boring. Who cares? Sadly all anyone wants to talk about is what I am planning next plastic surgery-wise. Nothing and that is the answer.’

Upset: 'Every f**king interview is so f**king boring because all I get asked is when is the next time I am going to get lip filler,' she told Sydney's Daily Telegraph while promoting her new podcast

Upset: ‘Every f**king interview is so f**king boring because all I get asked is when is the next time I am going to get lip filler,’ she told Sydney’s Daily Telegraph while promoting her new podcast 

It comes after British TV network Channel 5 was forced to remove its documentary critiquing Charlotte’s history of plastic surgery from its online player My5 after sparking a backlash.

Charlotte had shared a lengthy statement on Friday saying she was ‘appalled’ by the program which criticised her ‘plastic face’ and ‘duck lips,’ after years of being targeted by trolls due to her appearance.

In a statement shared with MailOnline on Saturday, a spokesperson confirmed the show had been taken down and that they ‘apologise for any upset caused’.

Taken down: It comes after Channel 5 was forced to remove its documentary critiquing Charlotte's history of plastic surgery from its online player My5 after sparking a backlash

Taken down: It comes after Channel 5 was forced to remove its documentary critiquing Charlotte’s history of plastic surgery from its online player My5 after sparking a backlash

‘Channel 5 and the program’s producers, Crackit Productions, take duty of care very seriously,’ the spokesperson said.

‘While we acknowledge that the programme was OFCOM compliant, we have taken on board Charlotte’s feedback and removed the episode from our streaming platform My5. We apologise for any upset caused.’

Charlotte had taken to Instagram on Saturday to share an emotional video thanking her fans for their support, revealing she had received messages calling the show ‘vile’ and that her phone almost ‘exploded’ with kind messages.

Apology: In a statement shared with MailOnline on Saturday, a spokesperson confirmed the show had been taken down and that they 'apologise for any upset caused'

Apology: In a statement shared with MailOnline on Saturday, a spokesperson confirmed the show had been taken down and that they ‘apologise for any upset caused’

Addressing her fans make-up free from her home, Charlotte revealed her initial thoughts after the documentary aired were ‘I’ve done this to myself, I deserve it’.

Tearfully explaining her point of view, the TV personality told her friends and fans that they had made her realise her ‘self worth’.

She explained how her phone ‘almost exploded’ after sharing her heartfelt statement about the show and said she couldn’t believe ‘how kind everyone has been’. 

On Friday, the reality star had shared a lengthy statement saying she was ‘appalled’ by the programme which criticised her ‘plastic face’ and ‘duck lips,’ after years of being targeted by trolls for years due to her appearance.

Charlotte went onto write that while she is ‘grateful’ for her fame, she’s struggled with ‘self-confidence and personal trauma’ for years, and urged bosses to use their airtime to raise awareness of mental health.

She wrote: ‘I cannot quite believe I am saying this but here goes. Last night, Channel 5 & Crackit Productions put out a one-hour documentary called ‘Celebrities – What Happened To Your Face – Charlotte Crosby.

Emotional: Charlotte had taken to Instagram on Saturday to share an emotional video thanking her fans for their support, revealing she had received messages calling the show 'vile' and that her phone almost 'exploded' with kind messages

Emotional: Charlotte had taken to Instagram on Saturday to share an emotional video thanking her fans for their support, revealing she had received messages calling the show ‘vile’ and that her phone almost ‘exploded’ with kind messages

‘In 2021, a main UK channel and production company believe it would be a good use of airtime, to dissect my physical appearance.

‘I have seen how many of you saw it, switched off and complained – many not even ‘fans’ of me, just good people who know right from wrong. Thank you for that, and for your messages of love and support.

‘I am aware I have put myself and my face in the public eye. TV and broadcasting had given me and my family a life we could never have dreamed of. I enjoy it, am enormously grateful for it and many of my respected closest friends work within the industry.’

Charlotte, who has openly discussed having various procedures including a nose job, lip filler and breast enhancement, told fans she’d spent years being trolled for her appearance.

‘I have had a public battle with my appearance, and have had to go through personal trauma & issues of self-confidence in the spot-light. I like to think I’m an honest, balanced person – I get it, I understand the interest.’ 

Charlotte Crosby’s surgeries over the years  

Nose job: In 2016, Charlotte unveiled her new nose after a rhinoplasty procedure. 

Speaking about her decision to go under the knife, the reality star opened up to Heat magazine about why it was so important to her.

Charlotte admitted scrutiny from the show’s audiences drove her to have the surgery.

Surgeries: Charlotte has spoke candidly about her various surgeries in the past and in 2016 she unveiled her new nose after a rhinoplasty procedure (pictured before in 2011)

Surgeries: The reality star pictured after the procedure earlier this year

Surgeries: Charlotte has spoke candidly about her various surgeries in the past and in 2016 she unveiled her new nose after a rhinoplasty procedure (pictured before, in 2011, and after, in 2019)  

She told the publication: ‘It’s not like I can hide it. If I’d not been on TV, I’d never have got it done.

‘I do think [my nose] caused a lack of confidence, and you always compare yourself to other people who are on TV as well.’

Trolls: In October 2017, Charlotte confirmed she had undergone surgery to correct her 'uniboob' after she was body-shamed by vicious online trolls (pictured after her boob job in February 2018)

Trolls: In October 2017, Charlotte confirmed she had undergone surgery to correct her ‘uniboob’ after she was body-shamed by vicious online trolls (pictured after her boob job in February 2018) 

Lip filler: Charlotte’s lip size has dramatically changed since she first made her debut on Geordie Shore in 2011. 

During an interview on This Morning in 2018, she admitted she only gets them done once a year.

She said: ‘I get them done once a year, I had a big problem down the sides, but once a year that’s it and I don’t think they’re that bad.’ 

Boob job: In October 2017, Charlotte confirmed she had undergone surgery to correct her ‘uniboob’ after she was body-shamed by vicious online trolls.

Speaking to Heat magazine, the reality sensation – who suffers from a medical condition called congenital symmastia – admitted that she would also compare herself to other girls, leading her to undergo the corrective surgery. 

She confessed to the publication: ‘My uni-boob made me feel under-confident. It (congenital symmastia) really limited what I could wear without people saying, ‘What the f***’s wrong with her boobs?” 

Broken nose: In November, Charlotte revealed she had broke her nose in a horror accident whilst holidaying in Cape Town.

The reality star shared pictures of her bruised and bloodied face on Instagram, sharing that she had cracked the bone. 

What does she say about her surgeries?

Charlotte has spoken to MailOnline about her surgeries in the past, she said: ‘I have no regrets over my surgery. I never went over the top. I’m very happy and feel a lot more confident since I had the correctional (boob job).’    

Confident: Charlotte has spoken to MailOnline about her surgeries in the past, she said: 'I have no regrets over my surgery. I never went over the top.' (pictured before in 2011)

Lip filler: She added: 'I'm very happy and feel a lot more confident since I had the correctional (boob job).' (pictured after in April 2017)

Confident: Charlotte has spoken to MailOnline about her surgeries in the past, she said: ‘I have no regrets over my surgery. I never went over the top. I’m very happy.’ (pictured before in 2011, left, and after, in April 2017)

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