Always cracking up fans in a jiffy, it is beyond imagination to think that YouTube sensation and chat show host Lilly Singh might also have a dull day which she recently did but not before finding her way out. Setting the example for the rest of the entertainers and netizens out there, Lilly shared a super cool and strong admission which is hands down our Saturday motivation. Also Read - What Even! Harvard Study Advices Couples to Wear Face Mask During Sex To Prevent COVID-19 Spread

Taking to her Instagram handle, Lilly shared a bold picture with a bolder caption. It read, “Today I’m feeling vulnerable and whenever I feel like this, I try to have the courage to share because human connection always helps the heart. Spending so much time at home has inevitably resulted in a lot of time spent on social media. I’ve been creating more and it’s been great because I’m really proud of the things I’ve been putting out into the world, especially now. But at the same time, more scrolling online also means seeing more negative comments. And can I be really honest? Even though I’ve been doing this for 10+ years, from time to time, mean comments still get to me. Sometimes they even have me questioning myself. Perhaps that’s not the coolest or strongest thing to admit but it’s the truth. I feel no need to front. And then I feel disappointed in myself for letting strangers online impact my mood in real life. Do any of my fellow creators relate? And maybe you don’t even have to be an entertainer. Maybe everyone can relate? Maybe this is bittersweet for everyone. Either way, just wanted to share in case anyone else felt alone in this feeling. Mostly because we’re usually surrounded by love but the mind can play tricks on us. Silly mind. Tricks are for kids. Ultimately, I know the way forward is gratitude and love always. Im really grateful for my job and for those who support me. And I know tomorrow when I wake up, I’ll probably feel better, but just wanted to share this little slice of real with you tonight. We’re not alone ❤️ (I definitely don’t look like this right now btw… been wearing the same clothes for 4 days lol)” sic. Also Read - ICC Should Wait For a Suitable Time For Organising T20 World Cup: Wasim Akram



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Today I’m feeling vulnerable and whenever I feel like this, I try to have the courage to share because human connection always helps the heart. Spending so much time at home has inevitably resulted in a lot of time spent on social media. I’ve been creating more and it’s been great because I’m really proud of the things I’ve been putting out into the world, especially now. But at the same time, more scrolling online also means seeing more negative comments. And can I be really honest? Even though I’ve been doing this for 10+ years, from time to time, mean comments still get to me. Sometimes they even have me questioning myself. Perhaps that’s not the coolest or strongest thing to admit but it’s the truth. I feel no need to front. And then I feel disappointed in myself for letting strangers online impact my mood in real life. Do any of my fellow creators relate? And maybe you don’t even have to be an entertainer. Maybe everyone can relate? Maybe this is bittersweet for everyone. Either way, just wanted to share in case anyone else felt alone in this feeling. Mostly because we’re usually surrounded by love but the mind can play tricks on us. Silly mind. Tricks are for kids. Ultimately, I know the way forward is gratitude and love always. Im really grateful for my job and for those who support me. And I know tomorrow when I wake up, I’ll probably feel better, but just wanted to share this little slice of real with you tonight. We’re not alone ❤️ (I definitely don’t look like this right now btw… been wearing the same clothes for 4 days lol)

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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?’”

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.