Our parents have all turned into experts overnight courtesy the Whatsapp university when it comes to curing COVID-19 and Lilly Singh‘s mother is no different. Seeking expert’s advice directly, YouTube sensation and NBC’s talk show host, Lilly Singh posed some desi questions to Dr. Fauci regarding the coronavirus scare and the myth busting that followed, had fans in tears of laughter. Also Read - Mohena Kumari Singh And 6 Family Members Test Positive For COVID-19, All Hospitalised

From pointing out that ‘haldi’ or tumeric does not cure the virus, as many “Aunty Ji” would like to believe to giving a thumbs down to even ginger and use of other local herbs, Dr Fauci makes it clear that this is no seasonal flu and needs the remedies to scale up. Taking to her Instagram handle, Lilly shared the light-hearted video and elaborated in the caption, “You hear that Aunty Ji? We need to do more than JUST haldi. • All jokes aside, it was a privilege to speak to Dr. Fauci re all things COVID19. I took the opportunity to ask some questions that have been a point of confusion for many people. If you’re like me, you’re part of so many group chats that are sending articles and tweets and sometimes it becomes hard to differentiate fact from fiction. So I went straight to the source. Does Advil make the virus worse? Do masks help? When will this end? Are the numbers accurate? How can we boost our immune system? Answers to all these questions are in the full video and the link is in my bio so please check it out and get informed. I only had 15 minutes to chat with Dr. Fauci so I tried my best! Hope its helpful stay safe! Stay home #IKnowIBlinkAlot (sic).” Also Read - SSC Releases Revised Dates For Various Exams, Check New Schedule Here



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You hear that Aunty Ji? We need to do more than JUST haldi. 😂 • All jokes aside, it was a privilege to speak to Dr. Fauci re all things COVID19. I took the opportunity to ask some questions that have been a point of confusion for many people. If you’re like me, you’re part of so many group chats that are sending articles and tweets and sometimes it becomes hard to differentiate fact from fiction. So I went straight to the source. Does Advil make the virus worse? Do masks help? When will this end? Are the numbers accurate? How can we boost our immune system? Answers to all these questions are in the full video and the link is in my bio so please check it out and get informed. I only had 15 minutes to chat with Dr. Fauci so I tried my best! Hope its helpful ❤️ stay safe! Stay home 🙏🏽 #IKnowIBlinkAlot

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The confirmed cases of COVID-19, worldwide, are more than 800,000. The shortage of masks and other safety gears has put much pressure on the countries apart from the stress to come up with a vaccine that can aid in treating the pandemic.

Too busy slaying and achieving one impossible after another as the world slept, Lilly not only rose to become the “first openly bisexual woman of colour to sit in the host’s chair” but also set fire to our social media feeds overnight. Unleashing her sexy side like never before, Lilly recently made fans jaws drop in awe as she aced several smoking hot looks from “Waldo” to “Crazy Kiya Re“ for a sexy magazine shoot.

Talking about the Indian-ness that runs in her blood and is often flaunted hilariously in many of her YouTube viral content, Lilly shared, “At age 30, I discovered that I could live my own life but still be an Indian person. But even now when I’m picking dishware for my house, a voice in my head goes, ‘What is mom going to think about these plates?’”

Credited with cracking up fans in a jiffy, she recently ditched her pseudo name, Superwoman. Lilly Singh‘s latest feat as the host of NBC’s talk show has done little to amp her outlook as a mature adult and her social media posts. The star’s A Little Late with Lilly Singh streams on NBC at the 1:30 am spot. It was aired in India on September 21 and has been a major hit to amp up her fan list.