Category: Interviews

Trevor Noah Interviews Lilly Singh for Interview Magazine

Trevor Noah Interviews Lilly Singh for Interview Magazine

It takes guts to compete in the battle royale that is YouTube content creation, and Lilly Singh—formerly known to her roughly 15 million subscribers as IISuperwomanII—is not just a survivor, but one of the platform’s undisputed champions. A viral sensation many times over, the 30-year-old, Toronto-born comedian uses her uncanny knack for spotting the absurdities of millennial life to write, produce, and star in snackable videos that range from helpful (“How to Instagram During Your Period”) to hilarious (“If Rappers Were School Teachers”), and which often feature A-list cameos from the likes of Selena Gomez and The Rock.

Over the past few years, Singh has spun that success into a live tour documentary (2016’s A Trip to Unicorn Island) and a self-help book (2017’s How to Be a Bawse: A Guide to Conquering Life). This fall, she’ll go where no YouTube star—or woman of color—has gone before when she takes over Carson Daly’s late-night slot as the host of NBC’s A Little Late with Lilly Singh. In anticipation of the premiere, Singh set aside her TV takeover for a quick vote of confidence from fellow talk show host Trevor Noah—not that she needs one.


Lilly announces new NBC Late Night Show ‘A Little Late with Lilly Singh”

Lilly teased us that a ‘Big announcement” is coming later in the week, and along with her team.

Today she finally revealed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, that she *drum roll* has a new NBC late night show titled “A Little Late with Lilly Singh“. Team Super is so proud of you Lilly!!! Watch the announcement below!

Lilly Singh’s Social Media Dating Life | Sad Hot Girls | Vogue

Lilly was in Vogue’s ‘Sad Hot Girl’ Series on their YouTube channel talking about dating life in Social Media.

Forbes – Top Influencers: Lilly Singh And Her Youtube Empire

30 seconds with YouTuber Lilly Singh


Dubai: What inspired you to write How to Be Bawse?

Lilly: I have been so grateful for the good, bad and truly unbelievable experiences I’ve had over the years and I felt a book was the perfect format to share those lessons.

Dubai: What’s the best advice you’ve been given?

Lilly: During Dwayne Johnson’s acceptance speech at the People Choice Award he said, “It is nice to be important but it is more important to be nice.” This resonated with me because as I’ve grown in the entertainment industry. I have seen what happens when fame is thrust upon you.

Dubai: What’s your top advice for someone starting out in their career?

Lilly: When you start your career, you’re often starting at the bottom. There is this idea that constant growth is necessary and we are tempted to “use escalators” to get to the top. My advice is to put in the work and take the stairs or climb the ladder.

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Lilly interviewed on the red carpet at The MTV Movie Awards

Lilly was interviewed on the red carpet at the 2016 MTV Movie Awards