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Lilly Singh Hanging Out With Backstreet Boys

Superwoman Lilly Singh is chilling with Backstreet boys and fangirls as they bring her back on stage during their Las Vegas show.

Believe it or not, YouTuber Lilly Singh has had the best week ever! Well, who wouldn’t if they were pulled up on stage by the Backstreet boys themselves? That too, in the middle of their Las Vegas show! If anything makes this even better is that Superwoman completely took on the role of a true fan girl.

Lilly already had a lot to celebrate now that she has acquired her own late night show on NBC. After taking over from Carson Daly. this probably was the best surprise of her life. Maybe this little hangout with the Backstreet boys is exactly why the YouTuber is always in disbelief about her life!

Lilly Singh Pulled Up on Stage In Las Vegas by Backstreet Boys

The YouTube star Lilly Singh, more prominent as Superwoman, boasts around 14 million followers on the channel. But did anybody think she would make zero effort to stop herself from fangirling as the Backstreet boys invite her up on stage?

Well, as Nick Carter, Brian Littrell, Kevin Richardson, AJ McLean, and Howie Dorough pulled her up, Lilly was filmed screaming in disbelief. In fact, her friends pretty much had the same reaction as well. They screamed out their lungs and hearts out, basically replicating what probably all of us would feel in that dear moment.

Looks like Lilly still hasn’t accepted what happened- at least that’s what her tweets and social media posts represent. Superwoman took to Instagram to share a snap with the boys. In the caption alongside, she clarified that the young Lilly was no longer available to come to the phone. But that’s because she is dead (maybe, from shock or happiness).

She thanked the Backstreet boys for having her. But not just for having her like they had everyone else in the Las Vegas show, but for also pulling her up on stage.

The Backstreet Boys also uploaded the same picture pointing out to fans how a Superwoman surrounded them last night. In their post, they dearly thanked Lilly Singh for attending the show.

It seems that it certainly pays to have 14 million subscribers on a YouTube  channel. In fact, it does more than just pay because Lilly has now fulfilled her life’s dream by being on stage with the band.

Lilly Singh is a Canadian YouTuber, comedian, television host and actress of Indian descent, widely known as Superwoman. In 2017, she was ranked tenth on the Forbes list of the world’s highest paid YouTube stars, earning a reported $10.5 million