Lorde is officially the Queen of Relatability, first jumping on our radar afer her spastic SNL choreography, which offered viewers a stylized interpretation of a bee attack--arms thrashing and eyes violently squinting. Now, the New Zealand pop star has fully taken her crown, appearing on BBC Radio 1's The Radio Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw, where she performed an admirably embarrassing parody of "Green Light" in honor of her "go-to" snack: the Creme Egg.
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"Listen, it gets to Easter time, and I love to indulge in a Creme Egg," Lorde told Grimshaw. "And I've been in America and the chocolate is not very good. I was excited to come to the UK and snack on a Creme Egg." The two begin eating together the bizarre sugary goo encased in a chocolate egg shell, before singing a gut-busting duet above co-producer Jack Antonoff's original "Green Light" instrumental. "I'm waiting for it, that Creme Egg, I want it," they shout, holding back laughter. "Cause honey I'll eat other things, but I can't let go," they continue.
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"Green Light" is the lead single off Lorde's forthcoming sophomore album, Melodrama, which will also include her dramatic, piano ballad, "Liability." Though she admits on BBC Radio 1 the new full-length isn't yet complete, the LP is scheduled for release on June 16. Until then, indulge in the Creme Egg remix of "Green Light," below.