Halsey stopped by “Elvis Duran and the Morning Show” on radio this morning (Oct. 16), to perform two songs alongside her interview with Duran. In the dscussion, Halsey brought up the first things that run through her mind after leaving the stage following every concert.
“My first thought is, I’m so happy that that show was so amazing and so safe,” the hopeless fountain kingdom chart-topper offered. “And that everyone’s going to go home and go to bed safely. That they had a good time tonight. And that’s a win for me.”
The singer/songwriter performed her growing hit “Bad At Love,” and kept it low-key with a more chill production than the original. She effortlessly growled through each chorus, eliciting a round of oh-my-gods from the audience in the studio as the song came to a close.
Halsey seduced the studio audience even more with her cover of Charlie Puth’s Billboard Hot 100 top 10 hit “Attention.” Her incredible vocals easily overshadowed the use of her iPhone for lyrical reference during the rendition. Watch video of both performances below.