Rosalía Charms Jimmy Fallon Audience With Harry Styles Trivia | Culture

Spanish singer Rosalia during an interview with TV host Kimmy Fallon on March 10.NBC (NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

Rosalía captivated the United States with El mal querer and Malamente, the song that catapulted her onto the international scene. Now, with the album Motomami, which will be released on March 18, she is here to stay. The Catalan singer made her first appearances on American television, starting with The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, who confessed to being a fan.

Rosalía appeared on stage in a dress from Acne Studios’ F/W 2022 collection. Fallon gave him a warm welcome, even though he struggled to pronounce the Spanish star’s name. “I’ve heard so many options, like Rosalina, Rosalita,” the 28-year-old artist said. After showing Motomami’s cover — censored, as she appears naked and covering her body with both hands — she attempted to explain the meaning of the word, as she has been doing on Twitter for days. “Motomami is an energy. You’re probably a motopapi too,” she joked.

During Rosalía’s brief appearance, she shared a story about an experience she had after changing her phone number. “I was doing a lot,” replied the singer, who does not respond to messages in the studio to stay focused. “I didn’t respond to messages, so I changed my phone for a fresh start.”

“I thought when you use a phone number, that phone number disappears or something,” she confessed, before explaining that her habit had consequences for one of her friends. Singer Harry Styles tried to contact her to congratulate her on one of her songs. She showed Fallon the screenshot of the exchange between the “Watermelon Sugar” singer and the stranger who ended up with Rosalía’s old number.

“It’s so beautiful,” began the conversation with Styles, sharing a fragment of the song Dolerme with the person he thought was Rosalía. She replied, “I know my darling. I love you,” to which the Brit replied that he loved her too. The person couldn’t continue the joke and added, “Haha sorry. I don’t know who you are. to someone before. But now it’s my number. So don’t bother me anymore. Good night.” Fallon and Rosalía followed the anecdote with laughter and applause from the audience, who enjoyed the singer’s presence for about eight minutes.

Rosalía’s tour of North America has only just begun. On Saturday, March 12, she will be a guest on Saturday Night Live, and starting next week, she will return to her native country for the premiere of her album, which she will present on El Hormiguero on March 17, a day before its release. world.

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