A Little Late with Lilly Singh to air from 21 September in India, YouTube star announces on Instagram

Lilly Singh made history when she announced her NBC talk show A Little Late with Lilly Singh, becoming the first woman of colour to host a late-night show on a broadcast network.

Press Trust of India September 19, 2019 18:22:21 IST
A Little Late with Lilly Singh to air from 21 September in India, YouTube star announces on Instagram

She is the first India-origin person to host a late night show on the US television, and YouTube star Lilly Singh is excited that people of her home country will be able to watch her on air from 21 September.

The show, titled A Little Late With Lilly Singh, will be airing on Star World India. Lilly, who is popular as Superwoman among her fans across the globe, shared the news on Instagram.
"Thank you for your continuous support. I appreciate you so so much. And now... we work on the rest of the world. Where do you want to see my show next?" she posted on Instagram along side a picture of her on the sets of the show sitting right next to the Indian flag displayed on a screen.

India-origin American actor Mindy Kaling was the first guest on Lilly's talk show, which premiered in the US on 16 September as a replacement for Last Call with Carson Daly.

Soon after episode one, the show scored a prime time special at NBC, that will feature celebrities like Christina Aguilera, Tony Hale, This Is Us stars Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia and Kenan Thompson.

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