Lilly Singh

Lilly Singh became the first openly queer woman of color to host a late-night show on a major network.
The YouTube sensation became the only openly queer woman of color to host a late night show on a major network.
Singh reflected on her journey since coming out to her closest friends a year ago.
The "Patriot Act" host also gave the soon-to-be NBC host some advice on late night comedy from his former boss Jon Stewart.
Lilly Singh, who will become the only woman to host a current late-night show on a broadcast TV network, is making strides in multiple ways.
Singh, who will take over NBC host Carson Daly's time slot, will also be one of the few women of color and queer women in late-night comedy.
The YouTuber said she's "fully embracing" her superpowers.
“I am mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually exhausted,” Singh told fans in a raw, honest clip.
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A hilarious takedown of "racist idiots who don’t deserve an internet connection."
When asked what she does, Lilly Singh responds with "I'm an entertainer...but not a stripper." This is an assumption that people often make after she uses that word, and she likes to clarify-although she does find it flattering.
Part rock concert, part comedy routine, and part motivational speech, Lilly Singh's show "A Trip To Unicorn Island" was an absolute blast.
Towards the end of the video, Singh declares: “Looking like yourself is not something you need to be sorry for.” The YouTube