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"I live for the stage" says YouTube girl

By Chandi Khan | Saturday, Jun 14th 2014 at 16:54
                            Lilly Singh is an online entertainer

Lilly Singh a.k.a Superwoman is a popular online entertainer. Having rubbed shoulders with several celebrities, the YouTube sensation who comes from the Punjabi family living in Canada, takes a lot of pride in her work. Look out for her small role in the new movie Dr Cabbie.

The smart, talented and extremely hilarious beauty has also touched the hearts of many Nairobians. Today, she gets personal with Asian Arena.

Tell me a little about yourself and the characters you play.

Lilly is pretty much the same person. I'd say I am a positive unicorn who is passionate about making people laugh and smile. I live for the stage, studio and set.

What got you into making YouTube videos?

It was unplanned. Three years ago I had an idea and decided to post a video on YouTube. Then I fell in love with the whole creative process and being in charge of my own voice and content. I also did this because the South Asian female voice was missing on YouTube.

Where did you learn how to make videos?

I taught myself everything. That's why they are just average quality! I am still learning even how to use my camera.

There was a time you were depressed. How did you get through it?

That was because I ran into some major issues with a few close friends and became anti-social. I am not really sure how I got over it. I think I just woke up one morning and decided enough was enough.

You do many gigs. How do you manage?

I can do many things but my favourite is motivational speaking. I also do lots of event hosting, stand-up comedy and panels.

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