Emily Hartridge May 25, - July 12, [aged 35] was an English YouTube vlogger who covered topics such as relationships. Most of the videos are filmed indoors while she answered questions. Emily was best known for her "Ten Reasons Why In Emily hosted the documentary TV series Oh Shit I'm 30 for Channel 4 which aired on their All 4 online platform,  in which she talked with a variety of people on a variety of topics ranging from their sexuality to their careers to their relationships with their family and how those had changed once they reached their 30s.
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She was We all loved her to bits and she will never be forgotten. CNN noted that the feisty and funny internet personality got in the last word against a body shamer a few days ago on Instagram. The family chose not to go public with her name at the time, police wrote. We're deeply saddened to learn about the tragic loss of a truly talented British creator, Emily Hartridge. Our thoughts and condolences go out to all of her loved ones and fans. Your vote is your voice!
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A YouTuber killed in an e-scooter crash lost control due to an underinflated tyre, a coroner has concluded. TV presenter Emily Hartridge, 35, died instantly from multiple traumatic injuries when she was thrown under a lorry in Battersea. Dr Fiona Wilcox said the scooter being "unsuitably driven, too fast" and the lack of air in the tyre had caused the crash. Ms Hartridge, from Hambledon in Hampshire, was believed to have been the first person in the UK to be killed in a crash involving an e-scooter. Her "10 Reasons Why" videos on sex, relationships, love, gender and mental health, reached a YouTube audience of more than , subscribers.