Halsey shows funny side while playing Google Translate Songs on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Halsey showed her funny side Wednesday while playing a singing game on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
The 25-year-old singer wore a sea green one-shoulder dress while playing Google Translates Songs on the NBC talk show.
She and host Jimmy, 45, took turns singing songs after running the lyrics through Google Translate.
New album: Halsey promoted her new album Manic on Wednesday on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Halsey went first and sang Madonna’s hit song Like A Version that was translated to Unwed Woman.
House band The Roots provided the music as Halsey belted out the garbled lyrics.
The song’s lyric, ‘When your heart beats next to mine’, was changed to ‘When your chest hurts they’re nearby’ and Halsey added a high note flourish.
Jimmy took on the Jackson 5 song ABC that was translated to Alphabet.
Singing game: The 25-year-old singer played a game of Google Translates Songs with host Jimmy, 45
Halsey was up next with a version of her hit song Without Me that was translated into You Soft Head.
The New Jersey embraced the ridiculous lyrics singing them passionately.
‘I do not exist you soft head, I do not exist you soft head,’ she crooned.
She then performed a duet with Jimmy of the Backstreet Boys song I Want It That Way that was translated to I Desire Roads.
Good times: Jimmy took on the Jackson 5 song ABC that was translated to Alphabet as Halsey laughed
The singer was on the show promoting her new album Manic and her upcoming appearance as musical guest on Saturday Night Live.
Manic is her third studio album and includes the 2018 Billboard Hot 100 number one hit Without Me.
Halsey will promote the album with her upcoming the Manic World Tour, which is her third headlining concert tour.
The international tour will start in Madrid, Spain on February 6 and is currently scheduled to conclude in Irvine, California on August 1.
Busy star: Halsey was on the show promoting her new album Manic and her upcoming appearance as musical guest on Saturday Night Live