Rosalía shares Harry Styles’ embarrassing gaffe via text on ‘Fallon’
A word of advice to Harry Styles: if you’re texting Rosalía, you might want to make sure you have the correct number.
The “Saoko” singer revealed that she frequently changes her phone number in an interview on The show tonight Thursday, which recently led to an unintentionally hilarious exchange between Styles and a mysterious individual who inherited Rosalía’s old numbers.
“I changed it so often, because I wasn’t responding to messages – and then I realized I wanted to focus, be in the studio, work,” the Spanish singer said during the encounter, which marked his first appearance on an American talk show. , calling the decision a “new start”.
What Rosalía didn’t realize, however, is that old phone numbers are often recycled. “I didn’t know it had happened. I thought when you use a phone number, that phone number disappears or something,” she explained. “My friends, who thought they were texting me, were texting random people.”
One of those unfortunate friends was Styles, who found himself in the middle of a bizarre exchange with an individual he thought was the singer. Rosalía even came armed with receipts to prove the story was true, pulling her phone out of her boot on The show tonight stage, much to the chagrin of Jimmy Fallon. (“A motomami gotta keep the phone in the trunk,” she joked, referring to the name of her upcoming album. “If the handbag doesn’t match the outfit, it’s like… in the trunk. »
“He sent me this screenshot, OK, in DMs…saying, ‘Your texts are confusing,'” she said, showing Fallon her phone. The random texter alternated between calling Styles “honey” before finally giving the British singer a polite but rough kiss. “Imagine being that person, now watching the Jimmy Fallon show, and saying, ‘I said don’t bother with Harry Styles again!'”
by Rosalia Tonight’s show stop comes ahead of her performance in this week’s episode of Saturday Night Liveas well as the release of his next album, Motomamireleased on March 18. In an interview with Rolling Stone in Spanishthe singer explained motomami concept and how it drives the sound of the record. “The title of the album is a female name, although ‘moto’ is one thing and ‘mami’ another,” she said. “For me, there is a duality, just like in his sound. The disc is structured in binaries, two types of contrasting energies.