Lilly Singh is taking a break from YouTube to appear on small screens.
The 27-year-old YouTube star has been promoting her upcoming documentary "A Trip To Unicorn Island" on YouTube Red by appearing on talk shows including "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah," and the "Today" show with Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager.
In fact, she has even changed up her appearance on Feb. 5 for the morning show. "It takes an army to get me out of sweat pants but @makeupbymario and @brianmagallones did it. Catch me on #TODAY this morning," she wrote along with a photo of her in a red dress as she was getting her makeup done.
The lady in red look is a stark contrast from the sweatpants that she typically wears. Just a few weeks ago, she shared a photo in her "happiness" pants.
"Surround yourself with positive vibes #happiness #onelove #TheLillyPad," she captioned the snap.
Outside the "Today" show, Lilly was surrounded by fans dressed as unicorns. "Major thank you to all the #TeamSuper unicorns who stood outside in the cold to support the fam," she wrote on her Instagram photo. "Love you so incredibly much and you make me so proud #LillyOnToday @youtube."
Lilly has made a name for herself as YouTube's "Superwoman." It all started back in 2010 when she called her channel, "IISuperwomanII." Her videos include funny takes on everyday life and activities typically complained about. Some of her popular videos include "How Girls Get Ready" with over 17 million views and "How To Stop Parents from Comparing Kids" with over 14 million views.
And on Feb. 10, 2016, fans can see her documentary by paying for a YouTube Red subscription which runs $10 a month. (For those who don't know, YouTube Red is a monthly subscription service from YouTube that removes advertisements from all videos.)
Lilly's film is about her first-ever world tour and will show her talking about her battle with depression and how "Unicorn Island" helped her through her struggle.
Lilly is also a motivational speaker, a stand-up comedian and a rapper.
And for the fans that can't get enough of her, they can even dress like her as she has a website under the name "Unicorn Island" that sells clothes with her sayings on them.
It's no wonder she's one of "Forbes'" top-earning YouTube stars, but it's not all about the money!
"My ultimate goal is happiness," she told Trevor on "The Daily Show," "and I feel like I've accomplished that on YouTube."