Rita Ora Performs ‘Let You Love Me,’ Talks Post Malone Obsession on ‘The Tonight Show’: Watch


Rita Ora paid a go to to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to carry out “Let You Love Me” and share a couple of laughs with Fallon Wednesday night time (Jan. 16).

First becoming a member of Fallon on the sofa, Ora talked about the sense of rebirth that impressed her new album's title, Phoenix. “I feel this was the primary time I truly did it off my very own, I suppose, I had freedom, like loads of freedom,” she advised Fallon. “I selected to essentially work with the folks I wished to work with.”

When discussing her star-studded checklist of collaborators -- together with Cardi B, Julia Michaels and Ed Sheeran -- Ora described what it was like to put in writing with Sheeran particularly. “It’s virtually like he similar to poos out songs," she joked. "It’s the craziest factor how fast he simply writes songs.”

Fallon requested Ora if she’d ever work with Post Malone, as he pulled out a photograph of her dressed up in an elaborate Halloween costume of the rapper. Blushing as she admitted she's “obsessive about him,” Ora after all stated she'd like to collaborate with the tattoo-faced rapper -- simply perhaps not costume as him anymore.

“I actually did a live performance [dressed as Post] and [fans] didn’t clap as a result of they had been like 'Who is that this bizarre human being on stage,'” she recalled. “After singing they had been like 'Okay high quality, we believed her.”

After their interview, Ora and Fallon performed a sport referred to as “One Word Songs," throughout which the singer revealed that she didn’t know what a tuba was when she had to make use of the phrase to sing the Spice Girls’ traditional “Wannabe." When Fallon identified The Roots' tuba participant -- jokingly kicking him out as a result of Ora didn't know what he performed -- she realized her flub and laughed, "Oh, a horn factor!"

Ora closed out the present singing "Let You Love Me," the lead single from Phoenix. Donning a black-and-gold ensemble, Ora belted out the tune's susceptible lyrics with ease, flawlessly hitting each word.

Watch Ora’s efficiency of “Let You Love Me” and her interviews on The Tonight Show beneath.