Youtube Star Lilly Singh Aka Superwoman Becomes First Indian-Origin Woman To Host A Late Night Show - KNine Vox
March 17, 2019 Entertainment

Youtube Star Lilly Singh Aka Superwoman Becomes First Indian-Origin Woman To Host A Late Night Show

The Indo- Canadian YouTube star, Lilly Singh gets the exceptional opportunity to host her own NBC The Late Night Show. Lilly Singh, who rose to popularity with her YouTube channel Superwoman, will host the show called A Little Late with Lilly Singh. This makes her the first woman late-night host on a broadcast network and the first woman of Indian origin to do so.

Lilly singh will replace Carson Daly's Last Call. Daly, who hosted the show for the past 17 years, had announced his exit last month. He said he will "concentrate on his duties as host of the Orange Room on Today, as host and producer on The Voice and to spend more time with family".

She has over 14 million followers on YouTube. On Thursday, during her appearance on Jimmy Fallon's "Tonight Show", the YouTube star talked about her new gig.

"I'm so excited because I truly get to create a show from scratch. I get to make it inclusive... and create something I really believe in," Singh said.

This is what she said while making it Instagram official.

"It’s official. Ya girl is getting her own @nbc late night show... A Little Late with Lilly Singh. Thank you so much for being here. I am truly so grateful. ❤️"

Singh's new show, A Little Late With Lilly Singh, will debut in September on the 1:30 am spot which is currently occupied by Last Call With Carson Daly, NBC announced Thursday. Singh's show will be a half-hour program and she will be conducting in-studio interviews with a variety of guests. She will also create and star in pre-taped comedy sketches and signature segments, according to Entertainment Tonight.

This is truly the biggest news for her fans could get she's making everyone proud of all her achievements, this being the biggest of them all.

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