A YouTube superstar on why late night TV wasn't built for outsiders (TED Radio Hour+‪)‬ TED Radio Hour

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When Lilly Singh became the first bisexual woman of color to host a late night network TV show, she thought she got a seat at the table. But in this extended interview, Singh shares how that seat came with impossible expectations. Singh was featured in the episode "Loudmouths" (https://n.pr/49BGKjJ).

To get access to this and other bonus episodes, sign up for TED Radio Hour+. When you do, all your episodes also become sponsor-free. That's because you are directly supporting our work at NPR. Learn more at plus.npr.org/ted

When Lilly Singh became the first bisexual woman of color to host a late night network TV show, she thought she got a seat at the table. But in this extended interview, Singh shares how that seat came with impossible expectations. Singh was featured in the episode "Loudmouths" (https://n.pr/49BGKjJ).

To get access to this and other bonus episodes, sign up for TED Radio Hour+. When you do, all your episodes also become sponsor-free. That's because you are directly supporting our work at NPR. Learn more at plus.npr.org/ted

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