The famous actress and also a successful YouTuber, Liza Koshy is next going to host the dance entertainment competition series for Quibi. It is reported that she will also appear in the Netflix original film Work It. She started her career by posting comic videos on the Vine platform in Then, she started her YouTube channel and in , she became the fastest YouTube personality to reach 10 million subscribers. For now, she has over 17 million subscribers. In , she was cast in the television series Freakish in the role of Violet. Liza Koshy was born on 31 st March in Houston, Texas. Her parents are Jean Carol and Jose Koshy. She is of Indian and German descent. In , she moved to Los Angeles to pursue her career.
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American Like Me
It aired live on Nickelodeon , and live or tape delayed across all of Nickelodeon's international networks, with DJ Khaled as host. Two series starring Jace Norman were the lead-in and lead-out around the ceremony. A new episode of Henry Danger lead into the ceremony, with a preview of the "A-block" of the first episode of the hidden camera prank show The Substitute slotting in between the KCAs and the lead-out the same Henry Danger episode followed that preview. The list of presenters and performers for the ceremony were announced on March 14, ,  with the Orange Carpet appearances announced the following day. The Orange Carpet portion of the ceremony was live streamed on Nickelodeon's social networks.
Some of the stories are heartfelt and sad, some fierce, and some downright hilarious—but all of them tell an American story, and in each story can we find a part of ourselves. I was lucky to read these essays well before the book came out, and also attend an event with America Ferrara, Uzo Aduba, and Linda Sarsour. And now I want to share a piece of this book with you. They give me those sad, knowing eyes, crinkling up their noses in a concern-troll kinda way, like they really feel for me and my brown skin. Then they keep going. Because they have no idea what I am. Wait, what are you? Where are your parents from? Are you Mexican? I am brown.