-Pal, I follow you on
the Twitters and the Instagrams and all of that stuff.
-All of them. -Because you’re great to follow.
You’re a very good follow. But you —
[ Cheers and applause ] You posted this photo
on Instagram, and it went uber viral. And I’ve just never kind of
seen you do this. But — What’s happening here? Who is this —
Who is this human? Who are you kissing?
-That is a human male. -Yeah. It’s a human being. And you guys are — are kissing,
and you’re showing love. You said,
“Happy birthday, darling. I can’t imagine
a world without you in it.” -I had to post photo evidence that somebody
would want to kiss me. -No! Now, stop it
right now, buddy. Who is this man? -That is Evan Peters. -Ah.
[ Cheers and applause ] I like that you did that.
Is that — ‘Cause you normally
don’t post stuff like that. You don’t get personal.
-Not as of recently. -Yeah.
-But it was his birthday, so I felt like it was
the appropriate occasion. -Aww, it was very cute.
I thought that was very cool. I wanted to say congratulations. When last time you were around
here, you were about to host
“Saturday Night Live.” -Yeah.
-And be musical guest. -Yeah.
-Double duty. -Yeah.
-You crushed it. -Thank you!
-It was fantastic. I loved it.
-Thank you! -On both sides,
hosting and musical. You were both great.
Everything was great. How did it feel to you? -It was the absolute
most terrifying week of my life. -It was, right?
-Yeah, it was super scary. I showed up literally
the day we were starting, which is a Monday, because,
you know, you do the whole week. And I was just walking around
being like, “Are you sure
you want me to do this? Like, you couldn’t get, like,
Emma Stone or something? Was every single person busy,
and you picked me?” And they really rooted
for me, so — -But when it was over,
were you relieved, or did you feel like
you want to do it again? -I was sad!
I want to do it again. -Yeah, you do.
-Yeah, I’ve done it every year for the past three years. -That’s right, how —
-I know. -This appearance on Saturday
will be your — -My fourth time. -Really?
-Yeah. -That’s amazing.
-I know. -But this weekend,
you’re just the musical guest. What songs
will you be performing? I won’t tell anyone. -O-Okay.
[ Laughter ] I’ll be performing — -Uh-huh.
-I have a mic on. I’ll be performing, “You Should
Be Sad,” which is my —
[ Cheers and applause ] Which is my country hoedown
kind of song. Yeah. And then I’ll be doing
another song. And I’ll be playing guitar. And the whole thing’s
going to be live, and I’ve never done a TV
performance like that before. So it’s going to be
very special. -I don’t think I have ever seen
Halsey play guitar. -I’m whipping it out. -Yeah, okay, go for it. Yeah. [ Cheers and applause ] [ Laughing ]
You’re whipping it out. You’re from New Jersey
originally. Is that correct?
-Yeah, yeah. -A Jersey girl. Love that.
-Yeah. [ Jersey accent ]
Ashley Nicolette Frangipane. -Oh, is that your real — That’s your name?
-[ Normal voice ] Yeah. -You know
what I would love to do? I’d love to test your accent.
-Okay. -Can you give me any lyrics
from, like, uh — Like “Graveyard” or something
in a Jersey accent? -Yeah, yeah. Okay,
I do this a lot in rehearsals whenever I’m messing around
with my friends. And all my songs sound hilarious
in a Jersey accent. Like, “Graveyard” is — [ Jersey accent ] Oh, ’cause I
keep digging myself down deeper. I won’t stop
till I get where you are. I keep runnin’
when both my feet hurt. I won’t stop
till I get where you are. Oh, when you go
down all your darkest roads, I would have followed
all the way to the graveyard. [ Laughter and applause ]
-[ Jersey accent ] All the way! -All the way!
-All the way! -All the way! [ Laughter ] -Ah, that’s fantastic.
-[ Normal voice ] Yeah. -But Jersey,
that’s where you got everything. That’s where you got —
-That’s where I got everything. -That’s what you did.
You became you, right? I mean, you also learned
how to be an artist in Jersey. -I did a lot of arting
in Jersey. -I heard you can art in 30 — I heard that you can
make portraits pretty quickly of people. Is that true?
-Usually myself, yes. -Yeah. But I was thinking
we could maybe challenge — -Oh, my God. -You can draw a portrait of me. -There’s so much stuff
back here! -And I could draw a portrait —
I know. It’s endless. We have —
-What is this? Is this charcoal? -Yes. Dude, I —
If I’m getting a portrait of me, I want it done quality.
I mean, I really want — -Go to the boardwalk! -Uh, no.
[ Laughter ] Alright, so, there’s
no winning and losing in art. -You got this, girl!
-Okay. -“You got this, girl!” Here we go.
-Oh, when’s it start? -1, 2, 3, go! You’re not even looking at me. ♪♪ I’m gonna stop now. -Why? How much time do I have? -You have 6 seconds left,
5 seconds left. You didn’t use any charcoal! 3 seconds! 2 seconds!
No charcoal! 1, zero! Here we go.
[ Buzzer ] I decided to stop on mine, ’cause I felt like
this was a win. -I’m still going.
Okay, you first. -Here’s my portrait
of you, Halsey. [ Drum roll ] [ Laughter ] So it’s you —
you were looking down — -Jimmy, what is that? -Well, that’s the part
in your hair. -Is that my ear? -Yeah, I put your ear in there,
’cause your ear was there. And the part — Why are you upset? This is —
[ Laughter ] What are you talking about?
That’s a beautiful — -It’s abstract. [ Laughter ] -Thank you.
Is that a compliment? -Yeah. Um — -This is —
-So, I took the — -I will sign it for you. -Okay!
I’ll hang it on my fridge. -That’s how I give autograph–
[ Laughter ] That’s how I give
autographs to people. I go up to people,
I go, “I’ll sign something.” And they go, “Who are you?” I go, “You don’t recognize me?
I’m Jimmy Kimmel.” -You go, “I’ll do a portrait
for you right now.” I think I misu–
I took a creative liberty with the assignment. -Now, what are you
talking about? -Well — [ Drum roll ] I got distracted. [ Laughter ] -Okay.
-And I keep getting distract– [ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ ♪♪ I’ll sign it for you! [ Laughter ] -Done. Alright, perfect.
Right there. -Love, Halsey.
-That’s for you, bud. Thanks. -Thank you. Let’s trade.
-I love this. Thanks. I’ve never
looked better, actually. -I have an original J. Fallon.