MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Ellie Goulding has the perfect cold remedy: tequila.READ MORE: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Signs Unemployment, Vaping Bills
The British singer admitted she had a terrible cold while performing poolside at a private party to launch her MAC Cosmetics line on Wednesday night during Art Basel Miami Beach.
“I’m going to drink my way through it,” she told the crowd at the Miami Beach Edition hotel. “I’ve had a few tequilas. It’s for the best. I’m feeling quite good actually.”
Goulding’s make-up collection plays on her luminous skin with glowy palettes, neutral shades and big false eyelashes. As a teen, the singer said she loved experimenting with mascara and lipstick and learned by watching her mom.
“I was quite gothic back in the day, so I loved the eyeliner.”READ MORE: Area Businesses Looking To Benefit From Fort Lauderdale Air Show
Goulding performed half a dozen songs including an acoustic version of her hit “Burn” and closed the set with “Love Me Like You Do.”
At times, she hushed the rowdy crowd, worried the cheering would overpower her ailing voice, but promised “I’ll come party and party with you guys (after the show) and we can be really loud.”
Goulding is among dozens of celebs, including Hilary Swank, Lenny Kravitz, Alicia Keys and Katie Holmes, who are in town for the prestigious art fair, which is an extension of the annual contemporary art fair in Basel, Switzerland. The fair officially opens Thursday, but many independent fairs and star-studded parties are already underway.
The singer, who has had some killer collaborations recently, including with Calvin Harris and Zedd, said she doesn’t have any plans to team up with anyone at the moment, but left the door open for a reunion with Harris.
“Who knows? I’m sure me and Calvin will do something again in the future,” she said.
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