A Trip to Unicorn Island (2016)

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Lilly Singh, YouTube's superwoman brings her ambitious 27 city world tour where she hand delivers an inspirational message to her million fans while learning what it takes to become a world class live entertainer and boss.


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20 April 2017 | melissa_soccer_star
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I am so happy that I watched this movie because it definitely succeeded in its mission and made me happy. As a Youtube fan and watching the popularity of this platform expand so much over the past few years, I was so proud to see someone as motivated, talented and loving as Lilly be a voice for the digital world that making a career online is possible. Even besides that, Lilly has not only inspired her viewers but so many people across the world and this documentary showing her endless efforts is more than enough for anyone to root for her. She had me smiling the entire movie even when things were looking bleak on tour and I have no idea how she was able to handle all the hassle but she isn't called Superwoman for nothing. I think we can all agree that after watching this documentary, Lilly has shown proof of what you can achieve if you dig deep and fight for your happiness. This documentary helped me find my unicorn island and I hope it does the same for others.

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