Halsey stopped by Elvis Duran and the Morning Show to celebrate her Hopeless Fountain Kingdom World Tour. The 23-year-old New Jersey native has been all over the US and Canada, hitting up Brooklyn, San Deigo, Chicago, Atlanta and more. She's set to wrap up the tour's first installment on Dec. 1st before hitting the road again to join us on our iHeartRadio Jingle Ball tour!
After giving us two incredible live in-studio performances of her single "Bad Love" and a cover of Charlie Puth's 'Attention,' Halsey opened up about what it's like to get through a full concert performance.
She discussed how, at the end of every show, she is thankful that it was a good performance and that everyone was safe.
"Every time I get on the stage and I play my last song, and the crowd cheers, and I walk off and I walk into my dressing room... my first thought is 'I'm so happy that show was so amazing and so safe.' And that everyone is going to go home and go to bed safely."
Halsey went on to say that it's a win for her when people have fun, but also when they go to bed safe after attending one of her shows.
Check out Halsey's live on-air performances, below!