Lorde Got Day-Drunk With Seth Meyers And We're Cracking Up

Lorde accompanied Seth Meyers on his recurring "Late Night" segment, where he drinks with his guests every day, and the result was ... absolute merriment.
During her Wednesday appearance, the singer - who has just released another single from her upcoming album "Solar Power" - accepted Meyer's drink offers for her songs. In addition to a really disgusting brew of iced coffee, Red Bull, espresso beans and Four Loko, inspired by her single "Solar Power", Meyers also made her a drink with a kind of gin and a barbecue rib side to her 2013 song "Rippen" . "
The high point of the segment came from Lorde explaining that her full name is Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O'Connor, which resulted in a drinking game where she had to answer Meyers correctly or drink every time she asked her name . If Meyers had the right name, Lorde would drink. Later in the segment, Lorde says, “I don't know, I've seen this before. Like: “Who knows? Are you drunk? ‘But I'm drunk."
A painting competition followed, as well as a bizarre and slightly sad interpretation of Lordes “Green Light” by Meyers.
You can see the whole thing above. We're going seamless a few ribs.
This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.
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