YouTuber 101: Lilly Singh

Everything you need to know about Lilly Singh!

Want to know more about YouTuber, comedian, rapper, and actress Lilly Singh, aka IISuperwomanII? You’ve come to the right place! This is your go-to guide for everything you need to know about Lilly Singh.

When is her birthday?

September 26th, 1988.

What is Lilly Singh’s most popular video?

Lilly Singh’s most viewed video is currently “How Girls Get Ready” with over 20 million views.

What else do you need to know about Lilly Singh?

Lilly Singh is one of the most well-known female YouTubers on the platform. With currently over 10 million subscribers on her main channel, IISuperwomanII, she succeeds in making countless people laugh and smile every single day. In fact, she started YouTube in an attempt to make herself laugh and smile while she was battling depression.

Lilly makes comedy videos every Monday and Thursday, which are usually relatable rants or sketches about relationships, everyday struggles, or current news and popular topics. In her videos, she often dresses up as her Indian parent characters, Manjeet and Paramjeet, and she fully embraces her Punjabi heritage. On top of these videos, Lilly makes daily vlogs, where we get to see sides of her she may not show on her main channel. Lilly spreads two main messages to her followers in all that she does: work hard (like a Bawse) and remain positive (like a unicorn). Many may think these conflict each other, but Lilly is living proof that you can be a Bawse and a unicorn at the same time.

Lilly is also well known for her #GirlLove campaign, a social movement she created in an attempt to end the cycle of girl-on-girl hate present in our society. She has discussed this movement with many well-respected females, including Michelle Obama and Malala Yousafzai. Girl Love is now a regular segment on Lilly’s YouTube channel, where she discusses issues that affect females with a special guest. Guests have included Bebe Rexha, Sabrina Carpenter, and the cast of “Bad Moms”. She has also partnered with Me to We to make a Girl Love Rafiki bracelet, which employs women in Kenya and helps send young girls to school.

If you’re in need of a good laugh or some epic motivation, you’ll probably find what you need on Lilly’s channel.

Which other video should you check out?

How To Make A Sandwich (for sexists)

What are her social media links?

YouTube | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Snapchat | Tumblr | Vlog Channel | Book Website

Find out why fans love Lilly Singh!

What is your favourite Lilly Singh video? Let us know on Twitter @CelebMix.

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Written by Annemarie

Overthinker and popcorn enthusiast. Also, I'm a little obsessed with Little Mix. Twitter: @rietherie
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