NBC host and comedian Lilly Singh dishes about the best advice she ever received from her mentor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and why producing her talk show, "A Little Late With Lilly Singh," is more fun the second time around. Then, Tig and Lilly give their takes on texting etiquette, responses to unwanted comments about your body, and what to do if your mother says she wants to move in with you. This episode is sponsored by Betterhelp Online Counseling (betterhelp.com/Tig) and Sakara (sakara.com/dontask and use code: dontask20). Need advice? Submit your question for Tig at dontasktig.org/contact.
Lilly Singh | Democrats Aim to Pass COVID-19 Relief, but Limit Eligibility for Payments: A Closer Look
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Seth takes a closer look at Senate Democrats clearing a procedural hurdle to pass their COVID-19 relief bill after moderate Senators demand limits to the bill’s eligibilities.Then, Lilly Singh goes over the difficulties of interviewing "A Little Late with Lilly Singh" guests over Zoom, reveals why she decided to go from a traditional studio to a house for Season 2 and explains why she started bringing non-traditional guests to the show.
YouTuber Lilly Singh talks about her Canadian roots, Kamala Harris, the pressure of late-night TV and what she's learned along the way. On this week's screen panel, Ishani Nath and Kathleen Newman-Bremang take a look at three new TV series that are getting a ton of buzz: Bridgerton, Bling Empire and WandaVision. Canadian actor and dancer Brennan Clost shares why he considers his role in Netflix's Tiny Pretty Things to be a version of himself he was "too afraid to be growing up."
Lilly Singh: YouTube Creator, Actor, Producer, Best-Selling Author, and Host of A Little Late with Lilly Singh
Lilly Singh has proven to be a woman who can truly do it all—from being a comic and YouTube sensation with over 15 million subscribers to becoming a NYT best-selling author and actor. It’s no surprise she’s landed on lists like TIME’s Most Influential People on the Internet and Fast Company’s Most Creative People. In Singh’s latest role, she’s both center stage and behind the scenes as TV host and executive producer of NBC’s A Little Late with Lilly Singh, making her the only female currently on late-night television. On this episode of Second Life, find out how Singh went from studying psychology to finding happiness through content creation and letting go of her “plan B.”
The featured guest on this episode is Youtuber / Late Night host, Lilly Singh. You can keep up with Lilly on Instagram and Twitter (@Lilly).-Bedtime with Elsa is hosted by Elsa Majimbo. You can follow Elsa on Instagram (@majimb.o), Twitter (@elsaangel19), TikTok (@elsa.majimbo) and SnapChat (@m.ajimbo).-Created and produced by Chess Studio. Edited by David Roberts. Show art designed by Pepijn Temming.
Two women, so many cultures. Ramneet and Jared walk you through the phenomenon of cultural appropriation.Find us on social media: @aretheycanceledSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/aretheycanceled)
Jwala and Yashi address South Asian media in both Hollywood and Bollywood and how it has amplified issues and enforced stereotypes in the South Asian community—including colorism, gender roles, cultural appropriation, and more.
Arslan and Lamees, or mostly Lamees rants, discuss Lilly Singh and her journey as an influencer/Bawse babe. Lamees declares her the Priyanka Chopra of YouTube and Arslan thinks about "shexy shexy sharees"
Thoughts on A Little Late with Lilly Singh | Retropical Podcast #4.1
Discussing Lilly Singhs' late night show,. The bad, the almost-good, and the potential. Lilly Singh, Youtuber's "It" Girl: 02:50 Agenda Pushing: 06:40 Bad Comedy Style: 26:00 Late Night Show Format Change: 1:00:00 youtube link! https://youtu.be/dfeD7-8zWYM Art/Avatar by Auilip from picrew - http://tiny.cc/auilip #Podcast #ALittleLateWithLillySingh #BadComedy