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Lilly Singh Opens Up About Being the Only Female Late Night Host

Lilly Singh Opens Up About Being the Only Female Late Night Host

Lilly Singh is dishing on being the only female host of a daily late night show.

The 32-year-old host of A Little Late With Lilly Singh went on the Drew Barrymore Show and opened up about her historic feat.

“It’s exciting and humbling because obviously it’s a huge honor to be the first or only anything but I’d be lying if I said it didn’t come with a lot of pressure, a lot of critique, a lot of trying to meet people’s expectations,” Lilly said. “Really it’s just the journey of me learning how to be my authentic self, doing what I think serves me and my audience best and learning a whole new world. It’s a lot of everything, personally and professionally to be honest.”

Lilly also shared about her creative process and taking notes from others about her show.

“You know what for me it’s really important to take the reins of my creative because I do know I am a minority on screen, I have a very specific point of view and very specific voice and I want to make sure that comes through,” she said.

“However I have to balance that with being open to feedback and criticism. Especially, you know, I talk really fast, NBC comes to me and says slow down a little bit I need to not be a sensitive artist and go ‘Okay, that’s a good note,’” Lilly added. “It’s finding a balance between voice and being open to collaboration.”

You can catch Lilly on A Little Late with Lilly Singh weeknights at 1:35am ET/PT on NBC.


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Lilly Singh Unveils 'A Little Late' Season 2 Promo Photo, Says The Show Will Look Different

Lilly Singh Unveils 'A Little Late' Season 2 Promo Photo, Says The Show Will Look Different

Season two of Lilly Singh‘s late night talk show A Little Late with Lilly Singh is just around the corner!

The YouTube star and host revealed the new poster for the upcoming second season, which also features her dog Scarbro.

A Little Late will return with all new episodes on January 11, 2021, but it’s going to look pretty different.

“Season 2 premieres January 11th baby! And I’m so proud of what we’ve been doing!! Shooting a show during Covid is no easy task, especially when you’re a newer show with a smaller budget, on at 1:30am. I’m typing this with a nasal swab up my nose LOL,” Lilly wrote on Instagram.

“It’s been challenging but I’m excited to show you the BTS of a show during this time. I’m excited to show you how my crew and I will persevere. And I’m excited to show you the hustle and creativity that’s making it all work. So yeah, we’re smaller, but baby we got BIG HEART #SupportTheUnderdog tune in Jan 11! I’m ditching the desk. 💪🏽❤️ @latewithlilly (also how perfect is @scarbrothedawg) (also how perfect are those jalabis… I HAD TO)” she added.

Lilly‘s show will move from the traditional studio space, where season one took place, and move to a house, which reminds us of another YouTuber’s talk show, The Grace Helbig Show.

“During the first season of A Little Late, I was thrust into a whole new world that admittedly consisted of 90% learning and 10% being creative,” Lilly recently said, via Deadline. “For this second round, I know the ropes and plan to bring more of my creativity to the table. It’s time to get goofy, be imperfect and bring my full authentic self to late night.”

Tune in to season two of A Little Late with Lilly Singh, starting January 11th, at 1:35am ET/PT on NBC.

Lilly Singh Honors Breonna Taylor at Billboard Music Awards 2020

Lilly Singh Honors Breonna Taylor at Billboard Music Awards 2020

Lilly Singh wears a sparkly blazer to the 2020 Billboard Music Awards, airing on Wednesday (October 14) from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.

The 32-year-old A Little Late host honored Breonna Taylor on the mask she wore to the event.

During the ceremony, Lilly took the stage to present the Top Male Artist award to Post Malone.

“What up imaginary audience. They’re the artists we listen to in our cars, at home, at work, on dates. Hello!” Lilly said while presenting. “On Zoom calls when we put ourselves on mute. Anywhere and anytime we want to hear the music of some of the very best of the past year. They are the nominees for Top Male Artist.”

“Thank you Lilly for presenting me, you’re so sweet,” Post Malone said in the beginning of his acceptance speech.

In case you missed the exciting news, Lilly‘s late night talk show A Little Late with Lilly Singh was renewed for a second season, AND she even picked up a primetime sketch comedy series on NBC!

FYI: Lilly is wearing APM Monaco jewelry and Marc Fisher Ltd boots.

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Lilly Singh Gets New Primetime Sketch Comedy Series at NBC!

Lilly Singh Gets New Primetime Sketch Comedy Series at NBC!

Lilly Singh will be starring in a brand new two-part sketch series for NBC!

The YouTuber turned late night host’s new sketch comedy show, Sketchy Times with Lilly Singh, will be much like some of her YouTube videos, where she plays all of the characters in sketches.

Lilly will produce and film the episodes from home, with safety protocols in place and minimal crew.

“Ten years ago I started playing every character in my sketches because my friends were all ‘stop annoying us to be a part of your skits,’” Lilly said in a statement, via Variety. “With ‘Sketchy Times,’ I’m going to play every character because me, myself and I have been training for this moment.”

Each episode will feature a theme and even include some musical parodies as well, with the potential for more if the first two perform well.

“I’ve been preparing for this moment for the past ten years. This is the first step. Two-part series with @nbc and we’re talking Primetime baby! Produced by my company @unicornislandprod!” Lilly excitedly shared on Instagram.

“#SketchyTimes with Lilly Singh is my new sketch comedy show where I play every character. I’m very grateful to be able to create in.. well, some sketchy times. I think we all need a little laughter this year. 😊 And of course, as always, infinitely grateful to all of you for the support. Everyone I work with says the same thing: “your fans are incredible” and sis, I been knew. Let’s do this 💪🏽 #TeamSuperAllDay,” she added.

Earlier this year, it was announced that Lilly‘s late night NBC talk show, A Little Late With Lilly Singh, was renewed for a second season!

'A Little Late With Lilly Singh' Renewed For Season 2 at NBC!!

'A Little Late With Lilly Singh' Renewed For Season 2 at NBC!!

Lilly Singh will be coming back with more late night shenanigans!

It was just announced that the 31-year-old’s show A Little Late With Lilly Singh has been renewed for a second season.

Lilly made history with her series – she became the openly bisexual woman and the only Indian and South Asian person to host a late night talk show on a broadcast network!

“Thank you #TeamSuper. Thank you @nbc. Let’s do this!” Lilly wrote on Twitter.

She also shared a video that she recorded in December 2019 after wrapping filming on the first season, where she manifested a second season. Check it out below!

“Hosting my own late night show and interviewing guests from Malala Yousafzai to Snoop Dogg has been a fun ride for me,” Lilly said in a statement about her renewal. “I learned so much during this first year of creating the show from scratch, and I’m excited that A Little Late will return for a second season on NBC.”

Congratulations Lilly!!

Madelaine Petsch, Lili Reinhart & Camila Mendes To Guest Star On 'The Simpsons'

Madelaine Petsch, Lili Reinhart & Camila Mendes To Guest Star On 'The Simpsons'

The ladies of Riverdale are heading to Springfield!

Madelaine Petsch, Lili Reinhart and Camila Mendes are lending their voices to a group of girls on an upcoming episode of The Simpsons.

In “The Hateful Eight-Year-Olds”, Lisa makes a new friend who loves horses, but then becomes part of a circle of snooty young rich girls. Meanwhile, Homer takes Marge on a romantic cruise.

The girls’ characters are from left to right – Madelaine on the left, Lili in the middle, and Camila on the right.

“It is truly an incredible, surreal blessing that I was able partake in one of the most iconic television shows ever made. If you’re interested in hearing me voice a b—hy eight year old, watch @thesimpsons May 10th at 8pm on FOX,” Lili shared on Instagram.

“never in my life did i think i’d get to voice a character on the simpsons but here we are! it’s me, @lilireinhart and @madelame playing mean and annoying 8 yr old girls. airs may 10th at 8 PM on fox 🦊,” Camila added on her account.

Also guest starring in the episode are Joey King and Lilly Singh. You can see all the characters in the gallery!

Tune in to catch all the girls on The Simpsons THIS Sunday (May 10) at 8pm ET/PT.

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Lilly Singh Opens Up About 'Mean Comments' in 'Vulnerable' Confession

Lilly Singh Opens Up About 'Mean Comments' in 'Vulnerable' Confession

Lilly Singh is getting real with fans about “mean comments.”

The YouTuber took to Instagram on Friday (April 3) to share her thoughts.

“Today I’m feeling vulnerable and whenever I feel like this, I try to have the courage to share because human connection always helps the heart,” she captioned the mirror selfie below. “Spending so much time at home has inevitably resulted in a lot of time spent on social media. I’ve been creating more and it’s been great because I’m really proud of the things I’ve been putting out into the world, especially now. But at the same time, more scrolling online also means seeing more negative comments. And can I be really honest? Even though I’ve been doing this for 10+ years, from time to time, mean comments still get to me.”

“Sometimes they even have me questioning myself,” she continued. “Perhaps that’s not the coolest or strongest thing to admit but it’s the truth. I feel no need to front. And then I feel disappointed in myself for letting strangers online impact my mood in real life. Do any of my fellow creators relate? And maybe you don’t even have to be an entertainer. Maybe everyone can relate? Maybe this is bittersweet for everyone. Either way, just wanted to share in case anyone else felt alone in this feeling.”

“Mostly because we’re usually surrounded by love but the mind can play tricks on us,” she added. “Silly mind. Tricks are for kids. Ultimately, I know the way forward is gratitude and love always. Im really grateful for my job and for those who support me. And I know tomorrow when I wake up, I’ll probably feel better, but just wanted to share this little slice of real with you tonight. We’re not alone ❤️ (I definitely don’t look like this right now btw… been wearing the same clothes for 4 days lol).”

ICYMI, Lilly Singh created her own Disney Channel show, The Wizard Twins of Hotel High! Watch it here.