Writer and comedian Sarah Cooper who will star in the Netflix variety special "Everything's Fine." AP
Comedian Sarah Cooper, who became a TikTok sensation with satirical videos of President Donald Trump, will appear in her own variety special on Netflix , the streaming service announced on Wednesday.
"Sarah Cooper: Everything's Fine" will feature vignettes on politics, race, gender, class, "and other light subjects," Netflix said in a statement. Set to air in the fall, the special also will feature guests taking part in interviews and sketches.
Cooper, 42, became popular in April after she began posting short videos on social media app TikTok of herself lip syncing to remarks by Trump.
Her "How to medical" video, set to Trump's widely criticized comments suggesting UV light and disinfectant might be able to fight the novel coronavirus, has been viewed more than 22 million times on TikTok.
Cooper began her career by performing stand-up comedy while working at companies including Google and Yahoo. She has written two books, including "100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings," and she appeared as a guest host of late-night talk show "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Tuesday.
The singer/songrwriter will soon be seen in the Netflix documentary 'Miss Americana,' which chronicles several years of her career.
US officials and lawmakers in recent weeks have voiced fears of the wildly popular video platform being used by Beijing for nefarious purposes, but the company has denied any links to the Chinese government.
The move also criminalises any US financial transactions with the 11 officials, who include Hong Kong's police commissioner, its security secretary and China's top official in the international financial hub.
US President Donald Trump issued two executive orders on Thursday restricting Chinese social media networks TikTok and WeChat, on the grounds that they pose significant national security threats to the United States. These executive actions set a 45-day deadline to ByteDance, which owns TikTok, and Tencent, owner of WeChat, to sell the two platforms to American companies, or face a complete ban in the US.
Zendaya on Sunday won the Emmy for lead actress for her role in bleak teen drama "Euphoria," which follows a group of high school students as they navigate drugs, love, identity and trauma.
With Pitt and Aniston reading for the characters of Brad Hamilton and Linda Barrett, fans were excited to see that the former couple were still friends, greeting each other with a “Hi Aniston” and “Hi Pitt”.
Surrounded by a troupe of masked dancers, Lipa and Corden encouraged viewers to “grab your Lysol” before heading out, with Lipa donning a glittery face mask to match her dress.