Laura Lux was born on August 23, 1988, in Adelaide, Australia. Laura Lux is an Australian DJ, model, and social media star currently based in Los Angeles.
Laura Lux is best known for her impressive fan following on Instagram, where she shares her pictures. As a DJ, she went on a worldwide tour and performed at venues like HP Underground in Darwin, Hush in Auckland, E4 in Berlin & Amsterdam, and Rain at the Palms in Las Vegas.
She has appeared alongside stars like Tigerlily and Yo Gotti among others and was the official DJ of Monster Energy’s Motocross Tour. She has her own SoundCloud account where she shares her song playlists. Her first mix series, “Vodkast”, launched on March 4, 2016, and has received more than 101k plays. She has been featured on various online news websites like Buzzfeed, Brobible, and The Chive. She recently joined Twitch.tv where she live-streams herself playing video games and also hosts IRL chats.
Laura Lux started her social media journey on MySpace in the late 2010s. For the next few years, she has moved to most other social media platforms like Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. The pictures she shared on the photo-sharing platform Instagram made her very popular and earned her a huge fan following. She has a number of Instagram profiles under the names “darthlux”, “luxvader” and “djlauralux”. Her primary Instagram account, “darthlux”, currently has over 1.2 million followers. In 2011, she started her career as a DJ. She began as a resident at the famous HQ Nightclub in Australia and performed around Adelaide and Melbourne. As she gained popularity, she eventually moved to the United States and settled in Los Angeles, California.
Laura Lux is a down-to-earth person and loves to stay connected with her fans on social media. She regularly replies to fan comments, answers questions and often takes ideas from her fans. She has been very vocal about various causes she felt strongly for, from politics to sexual abuse. Laura, along with her best friend Emily Sears, made it to the news headlines in early 2016 after they took on men who sent them unsolicited images on Instagram. Describing it as a form of online harassment, they started to expose such people by revealing their behavior to their girlfriends. The news soon made it to the Huffington Post and went viral within a short period of time. While talking about the incident, she mentioned that despite the fact that she has received hateful comments from a section of people for her lifestyle, a number of young women lauded her for her efforts at handling an otherwise overlooked real problem that many women face regularly. She eventually inspired a bunch of women, including her friend, to take action against such behavior.
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