Mark April 19, 2018, on your calendar and join us at The Forum for an unparalleled event bringing together world-renowned speakers, A-list performers, and tens of thousands of youth to celebrate a year of action that transformed communities and changed lives.
WE Day California will be filmed for a one-hour national televised broadcast special airing on ABC on August 17, 2018 at 8p.m. ET/7p.m. CT. The WE Day Special is sponsored by title partner The Allstate Foundation, and is also sponsored by presenting partners Walgreens and Microsoft.
NBC has set the main cast for its upcoming comedy pilot “Bright Futures,” Variety has learned.
Emily Ratajkowski, Lilly Singh, Shameik Moore, Jimmy Tatro, and Calum Worthy will all star in the single-camera project, which follows a group of friends all stumbling through the transition from the clueless, immature twentysomethings they are now to the successful professionals they’re destined to be. In addition, Lisa Kudrow will serve as the show’s narrator.
Singh will play Sid. One of the roommates, she’s a recent med school graduate and who became a doctor mostly so people would call her a doctor. Singh is best known for her incredibly popular YouTube channel, where she vlogs under the name IISuperwomanII. Her recent onscreen roles include the film “Bad Moms” and “Ice Age: Collision Course.” She is also set to appear in Michael B. Jordan’s HBO film adaptation of “Fahrenheit 451,” and was selected as one of Variety‘s 10 Comics to Watch in 2016. She is repped by WME and manager Sarah Weichel.
The official teaser for HBO’s upcoming Television movie ‘Fahrenheit 451’ was released on February 26.
YouTube star Lilly Singh, who plays a tabloid reporter named Raven, tasked with spreading propaganda and broadcasting the firemens’ book-burning raids.
Lilly was recently interviewed by Vogue for their ’73 questions’ series. She talked about her rapping, creating videos.
— Lilly S. Network (@LSinghUpdatess) February 28, 2018
Lilly went to Smackdown Live on Tuesday and for a dark match, she introduced WWE Superstar Jinder Mahal & was shown on air.
The 29-year-old, who goes by the name IISuperwomanII on YouTube, is one of the biggest vloggers there is, racking up an insane 12.5 million subscribers on her main channel and an additional 2 million on her daily vlog channel. Last year, Lilly was named the highest earning female YouTuber by Forbes – but that doesn’t mean she’s left her fans behind. The Canadian star has helped out a number of her followers with their financial difficulties in a generous social media spree. To celebrate reaching 1,000 vlogs on her Superwomanvlogs channel, Lilly decided to give back to her fans. She tweeted: ‘What are some of the specific challenges you’re facing in life right now? Tweet me the details. xo.’