Morgan Hudson, better known online as Morgz, is a British YouTuber known for his pranks, challenges, sketches, and vlogs. He is well-known in the community as YouTube's most notorious prankster and vlogger, producing videos like the Pause Challenge and being one of the site's most successful prank channels.
Morgan was once well-known in the FIFA community before switching to becoming a vlogger and finding enormous success. Famous for his 3 AM videos, Morgan is frequently criticized for being overly dramatic and childish because most of his viewers are children.
Jill Hudson, Morgan's mother, is a big aspect of Morgz's channel and frequently appears in many of his videos, either as a guest or a prank "victim." Morgan's content has recently begun to improve, with less exaggeration and childishness recently seen in his videos.
|DOB (Age)||August 6, 2001 (age 20)|
|DOJ (YouTube)||June 10th, 2014|
|Schedule/Status||2-3 videos every month|
|Net Worth||$4 million|
Morgan got his start with the LegendaryGamerHD gaming channel (mentioned in his Fat Morgz video). He would engage in gaming sessions with titles like FIFA, Call of Duty, and Minecraft. The channel's name was changed to AngryGamerHD when it had about 100 subscribers and later to MorgzGaming when it had more than 1,000.
Prior to posting a video about yet another name change during the MorgzGaming era, Morgan had been producing Outlast series, Shout Out Sunday series, and a few vlogs. After that, MorgzGaming changed its name to ItsMorgz and kept posting content for Call of Duty, FIFA, Outlast, and Sunday Shout Out. He launched his first line of merchandise when he had about 14,000 subscribers. The main one featured the phrase "On the Diet Coke grind" and he announced his merchandise, and then hosted a Diet Coke challenge competition.
"Minecraft Faction Base Speed Build + Tour" is the oldest Morgz video up for public viewing. In the video, he builds the Minecraft base for his team as fast as he can and then later gives a tour.
When he reached 40,000 subscribers, Morgan changed the name of his channel from ItsMorgz to Morgz, and a few days later, he was verified. Following that, Morgan posted more FIFA content than ever before and rapidly grew in popularity. He went from having 40,000 subscribers to 100,000 in a month and kept producing FIFA videos up until the famously popular FIFA 17!!! Video, which received over 2 million views in its first few days and raised his subscriber count from 160,000 to 200,000.
Morgz is well known for his 24-hour challenge and Last to Leave videos. Due to how closely their concept resembled that of fellow YouTuber MrBeast, these attracted a lot of controversies. Despite Morgan's residence in the United Kingdom and his preference for using dollars rather than pounds, the majority of challenge rewards are 10,000 dollars.
Morgan has gained notoriety on YouTube for posting uninteresting and unoriginal content, using deceptive titles and thumbnails to attract viewers, and employing cunning strategies to artificially inflate his channel's popularity.
In his video titled "TIPPING PIZZA DELIVERY GUYS FOR EVERY KILL IN FORTNITE," ImAllexx criticises Morgan for tipping a phoney pizza delivery guy. Ryan "ItsHaber" Haber, Morgan's friend in real life, was the pizza delivery man. Multiple YouTubers have also criticised Morgan for staging all of his content to deceive his audience and for making videos that display inappropriate behaviour in the thumbnails that are not intended for children.
As of June 2022, Morgz has a net worth of $4 million, according to Techie Gamer. He has been able to reach this impressive valuation thanks to his flourishing YouTube career, brand sponsorships, and sales of his own clothing line.
Morgan Hudson was born on August 6, 2001, in Sheffield, England, to Darren Hudson and Jill Hudson. His stepfather's name is Bald Martin. His family is a recurring theme in his videos, and he seems to have a close relationship with them.
Morgan moved into a house in Northampton in 2017 where he recorded many of his videos, before moving to a new house on the other side of town just a year later.
Morgan most recently dated Kiera Bridget, a fellow YouTuber. She and Morgan have appeared in numerous videos. Morgan and Kiera are no longer dating and on July 30, 2019, they made their breakup public on Twitter and Instagram. "It's kind of been obvious, but I wanted to share that Kiera and I are no longer dating, but we remain good friends." writes Morgan on his Instagram story.
Tamzin Taber, an Instagram user and TikTok celebrity, and Morgz are currently dating.
For his misleading titles, his Shout Out Sunday series that he used to host, and his self-promotion in the comments when he was a more minor creator, Morgan has received numerous criticisms.
His content has dissatisfied some of his subscribers, which has caused a daily decline in subscribers.
YouTuber Kavos criticized Morgan for using his mother as a "sexual predator" in order to generate clicks. DramaAlert featured Pierre's video. Morgan also appeared in a PewDiePie video, which Felix displayed and titled, "My Mom and I Had "Sex" When I Was 12."
Morgz has a significant fan following thanks to his prior fame on YouTube. On Instagram, where he uploads pictures of his life, he has 825,911 and 36,740 average likes. On TikTok, where he uploads short comedic sketches, he’s followed by 3 million fans and more than 41 million likes.
Morgz has an erratic upload schedule in which he uploads 2 to 3 videos a month. He uploads challenges, vlogs and prank videos on his channel.
Morgz plays spin the wheel challenge with his girlfriend.
Morgz and his peers throw darts and buy whatever the dart lands on.
Morgz and his peers challenge each other to see who leaves the hot tub at last.
Morgz pranks his girlfriend by impersonating a person who lost his memory.
A. Mini Morgz was the online alias of Jenson "Jed" Bell, an English YouTuber from Sheffield who was well-known for his challenges, vlogs, and gaming. His appearances in Morgz's videos and posts have given him the most notoriety. On January 17, 2019, Mini Morgz and Morgz hung out.
A. Jimmy said that it would be "hypocritical" of him to call out Morgan for using his video ideas, claiming he gets inspiration from other YouTube channels as well. Morgan's videos appeared to be exact copies of Jimmy's content, containing challenges like "I spent 24 hours in slime" and "I put 100 million Orbeez in my mom's backyard."