Ella Mai and H.E.R. are arguably having their best week ever. After winning their first GRAMMY Awards this past Sunday night, both artists got another set of firsts with their debut appearances on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
First up was Ella Mai who was Ellen's musical guest on Monday's episode. In a segment pre-taped before she won GRAMMY gold, Ella sang a medley of her current single "Shot Clock" and her award-winning hit "Boo'd Up." Dressed in all black and rocking a high ponytail with her baby hair pumping, she began her performance of "Shot Clock" backed by her three-piece band and two background singers who did some light choreo. Halfway through, Ella switched things up with a smooth transition into "Boo'd Up." She was visibly having fun with it and ended her live rendition of the upbeat track with a huge smile.
Meanwhile, double GRAMMY winner H.E.R. took over Ellen's stage today and snapped with a live performance of "As I Am." She brought the track from I Used To Know Her: The Prelude to life with her vocals, guitar playing and killer stage presence. H.E.R. easily got the studio audience out of their seats, clapping and singing along with her to the catchy jam. At the end of her performance, host Ellen DeGeneres joined in on the fun and jokingly asked if she wanted to finish her acceptance speech that got cut off during the GRAMMY Awards' telecast. H.E.R. flipped the joke on Ellen and said that she actually wanted to thank her, which got a laugh out of the comedian.
In case you missed them, watch Ella Mai and H.E.R.'s performances on The Ellen DeGeneres Show right here and bask in all this R&B on your screens.