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

Rita Ora paid a trip to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon   to perform  “ Let You Love Me” and promote a few laughs with Fallon Wed night (Jan. 16).

First joining Fallon on the couch, Ora talked  about  the sense of rebirth  that inspired her new album’s title, Phoenix . “ I think this was the first time I actually made it happen off my own,   I guess, I needed freedom, like a lot of freedom, ” she told Fallon . “ I chose to really work with the individuals I wanted to work with. ”

When discussing the girl star-studded list of collaborators — which includes Cardi B, Julia Michaels plus Ed Sheeran — Ora referred to what it was like to write with Sheeran in particular.   “ It’ t almost like he just like poos out there songs, ” she joked.   “It’ s the craziest factor how quick  he just creates songs. ”

Fallon asked Timpul if she’ d ever use Post Malone, as he pulled out a photograph of her dressed up in an sophisticated Halloween costume of the rapper. Blushing because she admitted she’s “ enthusiastic about him, ” Ora of course mentioned she’d love to collaborate with the tattoo-faced rapper — just maybe not gown as him anymore.

“ I actually literally did a concert [dressed as Post] and [fans] didn’ t clap simply because they were like ‘Who is this strange human being on stage, ‘” she remembered. “ After singing they were such as ‘Okay fine, we believed the girl. ”

After their own interview, Ora and Fallon performed a game called “ One Term Songs, ” during which the vocalist revealed that she didn’ big t know what a tuba was whenever she had to use the word  in order to sing the Spice Girls’ traditional “ Wannabe. ” When Fallon pointed out The Roots’ tuba participant — jokingly kicking him out there because Ora didn’t know what he or she played — she realized the girl flub and laughed,   “Oh, a horn thing! “

Timpul closed out the show performing “Let You Love Me, ”  the particular lead single from  Phoenix.   Donning the black-and-gold ensemble, Ora belted away the song’s  vulnerable lyrics effortlessly, flawlessly hitting every note.

Watch Ora’ s performance of “ Allow you to Love Me” and her selection interviews on The Tonight Show!