"Like most first-timers to late night, Singh has been experimenting with her platform, inventing new games with almost every guest and toying with high-concept digital shorts," Shirley Li says of the A Little Late host's first three weeks. "But as it turns out, her forte so far has been the most classic of late-night responsibilities: the celebrity interview. It’s ironic. Singh’s background as a popular YouTuber—someone used to delivering funny commentary and making viral videos for nearly 15 million subscribers—should have translated easily to the current model of late-night TV: gimmick-driven clips, lighthearted games, and deep dives. But even though her monologues cover the same topics she addressed on her channel, these brief meditations on relationships, aging, fashion, and the like come off awkward in a live-TV setting."