"[I feel] a responsibility to put out positive content," Singh told CNN in a recent interview. "There's a lot of headlines that are really scary. I think because I have such a large following, I feel a sense of responsibility to share optimism and positivity and not fear monger."Singh, 31, built her audience with witty comedy and distinct sketches on YouTube. Over the last decade, her videos have amassed more than 15 million subscribers and one billion views. Singh, who is of Indian descent and identifies as bisexual, often uses her humor to dispel stereotypes. She made history as the first bisexual woman of color to host a network late-night television show, "A Little Late With Lilly Singh," which was just renewed for a second season on NBC. Related: Lilly Singh is joining the late night boys' clubSingh said amid the coronavirus pandemic, she's prioritizing sharing facts with her audiences.Last month, Singh interviewed Dr. Anthony Fauci, a key member of the White House's coronavirus task force, to help inform her viewers about Covid-19. She's also helping raise fund toward relief efforts and participated in the "One World: Together at Home" event. "I want to make sure whatever I do is factual, informative and not just a mindless part of the conversation but actually offering value to the conversation," Singh said. "I think it's more so the responsibility of having a platform and at times like this being able to spread information that helps people, I think that's reallyRead More – Source

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