If you haven't already heard the news, Carson Daly is stepping down from his role as host of NBC's Last Call late-night show, and as a replacement, the television network has chosen a Canadian YouTube sensation to take over.\nA Little Late with Lilly Singh is set to hit the airwaves in September and the host, Scarborough-born York University grad, Lilly Singh, will officially become the first queer woman of colour to hold the host position of a late night show.\nAnd let me just say: the Internet is ecstatic about the news. Not to mention more than a handful of celebs.\nREAD ALSO: Sum 41 Is Coming To A Quebec Music Festival This Summer\nTL;DR Celebrities are flocking to Twitter to congratulate Canadian Youtuber Lilly Singh on her new-found role as late-night host on NBC's new show A Litte Late with Lilly Singh, which makes her the first ever Canadian bisexual woman of colour to host a late-night show on a major American network.\nSingh addressed the announcement herself on her Twitter earlier today.\nIt’s official. Ya girl is getting her own @nbc late night show... A Little Late with Lilly Singh. Thank you so much for being here. I am truly so grateful. ❤️Thank you @jimmyfallon @sethmeyers pic.twitter.com/h44HoPRtel\n— Lilly Singh (@IISuperwomanII) March 15, 2019\nHonoured and privileged. Let’s do this 💪🏽❤️ https://t.co/C26biApbCb\n— Lilly Singh (@IISuperwomanII) March 15, 2019\nSingh was born in Scarborough, Ontario and attended Lester B. Pearson Collegiate in Toronto.\nHer parents were both born in Punjab, India and moved to Canada to raise her and her older sister, Tina, who also a creator on YouTube.\nStarted from Scarborough and now she’s 🍾Massive respect to Lilly Singh, one of the hardest working people I’ve ever met.Fly, @IISuperwomanII, fly https://t.co/83QVxB1RPb\n— Cameron Bailey (@cameron_tiff) March 15, 2019\nReason to Smile: @IISuperwomanII, a bisexual woman of color, is now hosting her OWN late night show on NBC?? This is the best news of the day.\n— Thomas Sanders (@ThomasSanders) March 15, 2019\nSingh took to YouTube to share her struggles with depression and to connect with people to help deal with her emotional and mental state.\nShe also shared with the Internet last month that she was bisexual.\nYES! So awesome congrats!\n— Nick Jonas (@nickjonas) March 15, 2019\n👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾🥃 She’s come a long way! Proud of you sis! @IISuperwomanII https://t.co/64LC81PvfW\n— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) March 15, 2019\nAfter the announcement broke, people flocked to Twitter to congratulate the new late-night host, including long-time friend Nick Jonas and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.\nSingh was also present at the Jonas-Chopra wedding last year in India and you can see both Nick and Priyanka on Lilly's YouTube channel.\nCongrats @IISuperwomanII on your new @nbc late night show! This is monumental! A bisexual woman of color hosting her own Late Night Show on @nbc Major! I will be watching and supporting! #SpreadTheWord pic.twitter.com/QMrOAF0COO\n— Karamo Brown (@Karamo) March 15, 2019\nThis is HUGE. 1. Someone from my hometown hosting a late night show2. Someone South Asian3. A woman of colourThese are all things I thought I'd never see in that role, but I'm thrilled it's happening. Congrats @IISuperwomanII #RepresentOnAllFronts https://t.co/L38EabGwCp\n— Momin Qureshi (@Momin680NEWS) March 15, 2019\nCanadians are unsurprisingly excited, because we just love a good Hollywood success story featuring a Canadian.\nBut the queer and Indian community also have reason to celebrate their own representation on late-night television. Not to mention women across the globe cheering on this Lady Boss.\nCongratulations to Scarborough's very own @IISuperwomanII—the first woman of colour to host a late-night show on a major U.S. broadcast network! 👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿 #ScarbTO https://t.co/ofJnQPH2BE\n— University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) (@UTSC) March 15, 2019\nYeaaaahh @IISuperwomanII !! Go sis go! ❤️🙌🏾\n— Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling) March 15, 2019\nGO OFF QUEEN! CONGRATS!!!!\n— Kehlani (@Kehlani) March 15, 2019\nYouTubers James Charles and Kalen Allen also reached out to share their support and excitement for Singh's newfound mainstream success.\nAlthough, that is not to underestimate the expansive reach of YouTubers nowadays. In fact, Singh is a perfect example of how strong a YouTube following can be.\nCONGRATULATIONS SISTER OMFG\n— James Charles (@jamescharles) March 15, 2019\nTonight I learned who @IISuperwomanII is and I’m obsessed and also so very proud of a complete stranger, but that’s the best way to be proud!\n— Kalen Allen (@TheKalenAllen) March 15, 2019\nIt really seems like Singh has united people from every corner of the Internet, and the globe at large.\nWhen you've got poets and Victoria's Secret models singing your praises, you're clearly doing something right.\nLILLY! Congratulations. I cannot wait for this. ❤️\n— Karlie Kloss (@karliekloss) March 15, 2019\nMy heart is sooo full.. ladies and gentlemen you’re witnessing history!Congrats @IISuperwomanII!! pic.twitter.com/CKfhdGDlvK\n— Humble The Poet (@humblethepoet) March 15, 2019\nEven Carson Daly tweeted a heartfelt response to the announcement, congratulating her and cheering her on.\nLilly, I’m so genuinely excited & happy for you & quite frankly, NBC. They gave me a shot which I’m forever grateful for. Now you have more than earned this moment! Go kick some late night (dude’s butts) & know I’m rooting for you! @IISuperwomanII #LittleLateLilly https://t.co/9cvNDbbEtp\n— Carson Daly (@CarsonDaly) March 15, 2019\nI've never been a huge late-night fan, but I think Jimmy Fallon is hilarious, and if all the hype around Singh is any indication, I'm going to have to tune in for her show in September.