Lilly Saini Singh; born 26 September 1988, better known by her YouTube username IISuperwomanII, is an Indo-Canadian YouTube personality, vlogger, and comedian. Since beginning her channel in October 2010, her videos have received over 1 billion views, and her channel has accumulated over 8 million subscribers. In 2015, she was ranked 8th on the Forbes list of World's Highest Paid YouTube Stars, earning a reported $3 million in 2015. Singh was part of YouTube Rewind 2014 and led YouTube Rewind 2015.
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Hello Unicorns! If you follow Lilly throughout Social Media, you may have seen teasers of her music video ‘Voices’ which got Team Super so excited and couldn’t wait for the video (like me). But the wait is over and Lilly has now released the music video! It is beyond moving and the message is crystal clear, it makes you feel the way the 4 types of voices are feeling with a Beyonce type Formation video. Lilly will also be performing this song on YouTube FanFest in Toronto (yay!). Make sure you check out the video and the screen captures below!
Lilly attended the screening to Ice Age Collision Course in Los Angeles and she is looking fab! Our girl Lilly plays 2 mini unicorns in the movie. Check out the Photos below and a teaser clip of Lilly’s role!
We have added ‘A Trip To Unicorn Island’ Movie screen captures in our gallery, be sure to check them out! (A/N: The captures were uploaded from ending to beginning). Be sure to click HERE to see more information on where to see Superwoman’s Movie
Filmmaker Magazine interviewed Davin Winn that worked with Lilly on ‘A Trip To Unicorn Island’ Documentary Movie.
Filmmaker and songwriter Scott David Winn was a working DP who turned himself into a YouTube star (ScottDW) before turning himself back into a filmmaker. In this interview he talks about making the documentary feature A Trip to Unicorn Island, which is about another YouTube star, Lilly Singh (known on YouTube as IISuperwomanII), going on her first tour.
Filmmaker: How did you go from YouTube shorts to making a documentary film?
Winn: Three years ago I was working as a director of photography, shooting commercials [and] music videos and I accidentally stumbled upon YouTube. I had a passion for coming up with wacky scenarios and silly characters and storylines, and I never really shared those with anybody. I was doing well as a cinematographer and thought that was my calling in life, and then I got my hands on a Phantom slo-mo camera and started shooting some different things, silly little videos just to amuse myself.
I decided ultimately to put a video together and write a song about kittens flying with little capes on. As ridiculous as that sounds, within a week the video had a million views, the song was in the top 100 on the pop charts and I started getting requests for the next video and the next song. All of a sudden I found myself creating content on YouTube.
In a funny, roundabout way, YouTube has brought me back to a lot of dreams I had of working with friends and doing feature films. Now I’m starting to branch out. I just finished my first documentary feature film and I’m working on my first narrative feature film.
In a time when every It girl has a lob, it’s refreshing to see YouTube sensation Lilly Singh rock hair longer than her hips. Sure, it’s dramatic and even Rapunzel-like, but it’s also fun and statement-making. And it makes sense for someone who has 8 million YouTube subscribers to have a head-turning mane.
For the MTV Movie Awards, she styled her legnthy locks into a sleek ponytail with a slight bend in the tail. The top was pulled back without any part. The help of a smoothing products like hair oil or gel and a Mason Pearson brush makes copying the look at home pretty simple.