The sad reality is that girl-on-girl hate is such a big issue in schools, at work, or online, and it never made any sense to me because, as women, we know how awesome other women can be.

Lilly Singh

Lilly Singh

Profession: Comedian
Nationality: Canadian

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My inspiration comes from my real life experiences.

My partnership with YouTube is one that I really, really treasure and I want to carry through. I mean, I don't just say it because I work with them; I genuinely am a fan of YouTube, so that's where I'd want to see my content.

I know one of the reasons I first started making Youtube videos was because no one looks like me.

The majority of people call or message me because they need something or they want something. You never know what people's intentions are.

On my Superwoman channel, I am more of a performer, I am aiming to make you guys laugh. With vlogs, it's just me and my day, boring or fun.

When I make my own videos, I am the writer, the editor, the lighting person, everything - that's why my videos are blurry.

I think what people like about my channel is that I am not perfect. I always point to my pimple, my bad hair day... people relate to that. They are watching somebody who is exactly like them and talking about things that they experience as well.

Everyone can relate to the story of fighting for happiness.

I think one of the most beautiful things about YouTube is that it makes the world a smaller place. You realize that we're all different, but we're all the same. And if you think about it, it's a beautiful concept.

I don't say no as much as I should. I'm an extreme workaholic. So I can be sick, and I still say yes to anything. When you are the CEO of your own company, editor of your own videos, your own writer ,and you do every role yourself, you have a hard time saying no to opportunities.

I swear Kim Kardashian's first marriage lasted longer than some of my iPhone chargers.

I just love what I do so much.

I'm an extreme workaholic.

'Unicorn Island' is the synonym for my happy place. It's a really beautiful message: that happiness is one of the hardest things you'll ever fight for, but it's the only thing worth fighting for.