Today, content creators or popular people on digital platforms do a lot of antagonistic things, and almost always, these things lead to something that people want to talk about.
Something similar is in the news again because Elyse Cizek, a TikToker, asked the South African comedian Trevor Noah out on a date to be her boyfriend.
Yes, you heard that right. She asked him something so unexpected that it made him a little worried. In short, she asked him to be a part of her life because she wants him to share her personal space.
According to the exclusive reports or sources, a video was posted on social media in which Elyse seems to ask Trevor out on a date. In the video, she tells Noah how she feels, but he doesn’t answer because she asked too quickly. So, she didn’t know how to answer her question because she had asked him out on a date without even giving it a second thought. The video stays interesting and draws a lot of attention to the couple so that everything can be seen clearly.
What is her name?
Now, a lot of people are searching for Elyse Cizek because her name is getting a lot of attention. She is a popular TikTok user who posted a video of her proposal on August 24, 2022. The video has gotten more than 210,000 views and 19,000 likes so far. She says in the video, “Hi, my name is Elyse. Do you want to be her boyfriend? Her mother said that they are perfect for each other because they look so good together. Can we go on a romantic date? She also said that she knows he lives in New York and that she lives in Los Angeles, but that it doesn’t matter.
Elyse Cizek, whose real name is Elyse Michele Cizek, is also a model, author, actor, singer, and songwriter. Her book “Nudity,” which came out in 2016, brought her a lot of attention. The book is a collection of poems about how women change, and so is her book Watermelon, which is also in the collection. So, if you want to know more, you could look for the video, which is going viral on social media, and stay tuned for more information.
Trevor Noah was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, on February 20, 1984. Robert, his father, comes from Swiss-German roots, and Patricia Nombuyiselo Noah, his mother, is Xhosa.
Under the laws of apartheid, Noah’s mother was considered Black and his father was considered White. Noah himself was a Colored person. When Noah was born, it was against the law for his parents to be together. He talks about this in his autobiography. When the Immorality Act was changed in 1985, a year after he was born, interracial sexual relations and marriages were no longer against the law. Trevor was raised in Soweto, South Africa, by Patricia and her mother, Nomalizo Frances Noah. Noah went to Maryvale College in Johannesburg, South Africa. This was a private Roman Catholic elementary and high school.
In February 2019, Noah was on his Loud and Clear tour.
Noah had a small part on the South African soap opera Isidingo in 2002. Later, he had his own radio show called Noah’s Ark on YFM, which was Gauteng’s best youth radio station. He quit his radio show and acting career to focus on comedy. He has worked with South African comedians like David Kau, Kagiso Lediga, Riaad Moosa, Darren Simpson, Marc Lottering, Barry Hilton, and Nik Rabinowitz, as well as international comedians like Paul Rodriguez, Carl Barron, Dan Ilic, and Paul Zerdin. He was also the opening act for American comedian Gabriel Iglesias in November 2007 and for Canadian comedian Russell Peters on
Noah was the host of Run the Adventure, an educational show on SABC 2 from 2004 to 2006. In 2007, he was the host of two shows on SABC: The Real Goboza, a gossip show, and Siyadlala, a sports show. In 2008, Noah cohosted the dating game show The Amazing Date with Pabi Moloi. He also took part in the fourth season of Strictly Come Dancing. In 2009, he hosted the 3rd Annual South Africa Film and Television Awards (SAFTAs) and co-hosted Eugene Khoza’s reality competition show The Axe Sweet Life. Noah hosted the 16th annual South African Music Awards and Tonight with Trevor Noah on MNet in 2010. For the second season, Tonight with Trevor Noah moved to DStv’s Mzansi Magic Channel. In 2010, Noah also started working for Cell C, South Africa’s third-largest mobile phone network provider, as a spokesperson and consumer protection agent.
Noah has been in The Blacks Only Comedy Show, the Heavyweight Comedy Jam, the Vodacom Campus Comedy Tour, the Cape Town International Comedy Festival, the Jozi Comedy Festival, and Bafunny Bafunny (2010). The Daywalker (2009), Crazy Normal (2011), That’s Racist (2012), and It’s My Culture (2013) are all stand-up comedy specials he did in South Africa (2013).
He moved to the United States in 2011
Noah was the first South African stand-up comedian to go on The Tonight Show in January 2012, and he was also the first to go on Late Show with David Letterman in May 2013. The movie You Laugh But It’s True, which came out in 2012, was about Noah. In the same year, he had a one-man comedy show called Trevor Noah: The Racist, which was based on his South African special with the same name, That’s Racist. In September 2012, Noah led a roast of South African Afrikaans singer Steve Hofmeyr on Comedy Central. He did a comedy show called Trevor Noah: African American in 2013. He was a guest on the comedy show QI on BBC Two in October 2013. In November 2013, he was on the panel of the game show 8 Out of 10 Cats on Channel 4, and in September 2014, he was on Sean Lock’s team in 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown.
In December 2014, Noah joined The Daily Show as a regular guest. In March 2015, Comedy Central said that Noah would take over for Jon Stewart as host of The Daily Show. Noah’s first day on the job was September 28, 2015.
After he was named Stewart’s replacement, jokes he had posted on his Twitter account got a lot of attention. Some of the jokes were called offensive to women, and others were called anti-Semitic or made fun of the Holocaust. Noah tweeted back, “To reduce my views to a few jokes that didn’t land is not a true reflection of who I am or how I’ve changed as a comedian.” In a statement, Comedy Central said, “We stand by Noah.” “Trevor Noah, like many comedians, pushes the limits. He is provocative and doesn’t hold back, even when it comes to himself… It’s not fair to judge him or his comedy based on a few jokes. Trevor is a funny comedian at Comedy Central who has a bright future ahead of him.” Mary Kluk, who is in charge of the South African Jewish Board of Deputies (SAJBD), said that Noah’s jokes did not show anti-Jewish bias and were just his way of making people laugh. Noah has had to deal with more criticism after old videos of him making jokes about Aboriginal women and the Marikana massacre in stand-up routines came to light.
After Noah took over for Stewart, the number of viewers dropped by 37%, and its Nielsen ratings fell below those of several other shows hosted by Daily Show alumni. However, Comedy Central’s president said that the Daily Show under Noah was the number one show for millennials.
James Poniewozik of The New York Times praised him and the show’s writers, saying, “Mr. Noah’s debut was mostly successful, and it was also because of the operating system—the show’s writing—running under the surface.”
Robert Lloyd of the Los Angeles Times said that he was “charming and calm, almost always low-key compared to the usually crazy and surprised Stewart.” Other critics didn’t like him as much, with Salon writing “Jon Stewart made something that everyone loves. Noah has dulled its knife, weakened its satire, and let the powerful go free.” Noah’s spot on the show gave him a big audience, which led to three stand-up specials on Comedy Central and Netflix. By 2017, the number of viewers each night was less than half of what it was at the end of Stewart’s time as host. However, the number of millennial viewers stayed strong, and Comedy Central extended Noah’s contract as host of The Daily Show until 2022. He would also make and host Comedy Central’s end-of-year specials every year.
Noah started working on a talk show for Jordan Klepper in April 2017. The show, called The Opposition with Jordan Klepper, debuted in September and ran for one season. Noah was also the executive producer of Klepper, a weekly docuseries that will air in prime time starting in May 2019. Noah signed a deal with Viacom in March 2018 for a number of years that gave them the right to look at any future projects he worked on. In addition to the deal, Noah would also be starting Day Zero Productions, an international company that would make and sell movies.
Born a Crime, his autobiography, came out in November 2016, and major U.S. book reviewers liked it.
Aside from the author, the book is mostly about his mother. His European father is only mentioned a few times. It was named one of the best books of the year by The New York Times, Newsday, Esquire, NPR, and Booklist. It was the No. 1 best-seller in the New York Times. Lupita Nyong’o will play his mother in the movie version of the book, which will be based on the book.
In July 2018, Noah and the writers from The Daily Show put out a book called The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library. It has hundreds of tweets from Trump and a foreword by Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Jon Meacham.
In 2017, he showed up on the TV show Nashville.
 He was in Black Panther, Coming 2 America, and American Vandal in 2018.
Noah also hosts The Daily Show. In 2021 and 2022, he also hosted the Grammy Awards twice. In 2022, he was also in charge of the White House Correspondents’ Dinner.