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IISuperwomanII has some new superpowers.

YouTuber and Canadian actress Lilly Singh, 30, officially came out as bisexual via a Twitter post on Sunday, February 24th.


The tweet checked off three boxes: "Female," "Colored" and "Bisexual," which Singh self-identifies as her superpowers.

This announcement has already been garnering tremendous, thunderous support from across the internet.

Including from fellow YouTubers:





Prior to this, Singh posted a video in November 2018 saying she was taking a break from social media altogether.

"I'mma be real with y'all, I am mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually exhausted...I've enjoyed it, I love it, but that doesn't take away from the fact that it's a lot … I'm also about happiness. And I always preach that. You should be happy, you should take care of yourself."


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"I could be happier. I'm not my optimal happiness right now. I could be mentally healthier, I don't feel like I'm completely mentally healthy, I think there's a lot going on up here that I need to address that I'm not able to, constantly pumping out content."

While she resumed creating and posting videos the following month, this post marked a big step forward for her.

And aside from fellow YouTubers, the general LGBTQ community is welcoming her with open arms.





And other presences on social media, including influencers, are showing their support.







And some are reveling in sharing their superpowers.

Singh took to Twitter one last time to thank everybody for their support:

If you want more Lilly Singh, check out her inspiring memoir and how-to-be-awesome guide, How To Be A Bawse—A Guide to Conquering Life—A Guide to Conquering Life.

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