Lilly Singh emerged in 2013 as a YouTube personality known online as "Superwoman."
Since then, she has accrued nearly 15 million YouTube subscribers, who watch her comedy sketches featuring outlandish persons and comedic skits that often star other YouTubers and famous celebrities.
Singh, 31, is now the host of her own late-night television show, and is making history as late night TV's first host who's openly queer and a person of color.
Singh, who grew up in Canada as a...
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