字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 -Alessia Cara, thank you so much for Zooming in and talking to me. -Thank you. -Oh, please. We all appreciate it so much. We love you. How are you doing, bud? You look great. Where are you? -Thank you. I'm doing well. I'm in my childhood bedroom right now. I'm staying with my family, so I'm in my room. -No way! You're back at home? Is this the bedroom where it all started? Where, like, you used to... -Yeah, where I used to do all the covers and stuff. It's here, yeah. This is it. There's not much to it. That's a door. That's -- This is my closet. That's where I used to do all my covers on YouTube. -Why would you do it there? -I would do it there 'cause my parents, obviously, lived with me. I was a kid. And they would always, like, be doing stuff. My mom would have work to do. My dad would be, like, watching sports and stuff, and I didn't want to, like, bother them with my belting and, like, learning guitar. It doesn't sound good. Like, when you're a kid trying to learn how to sing, it doesn't sound the greatest. So I would always, like, go in there. It was my little hub. -I heard some rumor that you have a ventriloquist dummy with you. Is that the truth? -Yeah, I have him here. His name is Sonny. -Okay. -His name is Sonny. Here he is. -Oh, my gosh. What is going on? [ Both laugh ] Oh, my -- First of all, cool? -The chain and earring. Like, he's, like, next level. -How did you end up with him, and who is he? -So -- [ Laughs ] "Who is he?" Well, I was at a radio station. I was doing an interview, like -- when was it? Like, almost two years ago now. And I was doing an interview, and I saw him, like, sort of, like, hanging on the door, just chilling. And I was like, "What is that?" Like, I needed to know who he is. I mean, if you saw him, come on. How do you not want to know who he is? And they were like, "Well, like, we tried to, like, sell him for charity a bunch of years in a row, and nobody wanted him. You can literally have him. His name is Sonny." I'm like, "I'm having him." I took him, and then I took him to the airport with me 'cause I had to fly back home. Like, he didn't fit in my suitcase, so I had to carry him through the airport, like... [ Both laugh ] And people were, like, taking pictures with him and stuff. And he's amazing! -Are you working on your ventriloquism? -Yeah, a little bit. I need my dominant hand for this. Yeah, so -- I mean, you can see my lips moving. I can't do the thing where my lips don't move. -[ Laughing ] Wait. But that's the whole thing. -I know! -That's the whole thing. -I know! But I can't do it. I can't do it. If I cover my face. -All right. Try that. -"Hi, Jimmy. How are you?" I kind of stole Ernie's voice. It's very inspired by Ernie. "How are you? It's so good to see you." -Oh, my gosh. Alessia, this is ridiculous. I can see your lips moving the whole time. [ Laughing ] Oh, my gosh. -I know, it's bad. I'm sorry. -I will say, by the way, congrats on "The Willoughbys." This movie on Netflix is, like, the number one movie in every country all over the world. It's, like, the biggest thing in the world, and it's like everyone loves it. But the best part, I think, is how you got this movie. -Oh, we have to talk about that. This is -- yeah. -I mean, please. -It's so cool. -So this is, what, 2017 you were on our show? -2017, yes. It was I think only the second time I was on the show. And we were talking about manifesting stuff, 'cause I remember I came to the "Late Night" set when I was, like, in drama class, like, on a field trip. And I was like, "I'm gonna be on this show one day," and I remember telling you that. And you were like, "Oh, my God. We manifested stuff. Like, let's manifest something else." And I was like, "I want to be in an animated movie one day." And we, like, held hands on the desk and wished for it. All right, I would like to voice... -I would like to voice... -...a character in an animation movie. -Motion picture. -An animated movie. Motion picture film one day. [ Laughter, cheers, applause ] Yes! Let's play this back one day. Then we'll see. -I think it'll be good. -And then, literally, like, less than like three months later, I got an e-mail saying -- And the caption, like, the little header thing was -- Or, the subject was, "Dear Alessia, we heard your wish on 'Jimmy Fallon.'" And I opened it, and it was the "Willoughbys" offer. -Wow! -It was so cool. And it was literally because they saw our interview where we were wishing for it, so thank you. -See? So we did make it happen. I love it! -Yes, we did. It was so cool. -We've got to think of, like, another -- What's another wish we could make? -I don't know. Let's think. What else do -- What else -- -Oh, I know what we could do. -What? -Your charity. We can bring up -- We could raise a lot of money. -Yes. That's my wish. -DirectRelief.org. -Yeah. -All right. So, we could raise a lot of money. Anyone can give anything. I know everyone's been giving. But, gosh, even a dollar will just make a difference -- a major difference -- so please check it out. Go to this website, give whatever you can give. Let's manifest. Let's hold hands through the screen. -Yeah. -And we're gonna raise a lot of money for directrelief.org. -Absolutely. -Here we go. Awesome. Your singing in the movie, you said that was -- came from a voice memo from your phone? -Yeah. -You're going to perform a song, "October," for us tonight. -Yes. -You don't have the voice memo of that on your phone, do you? -I have the -- Me writing the bridge. I remember -- Let me pull it up. I was writing -- -You save all of this stuff on your phone? -I do, yeah. Yeah, like, it's crazy. I have, like, thousands and thousands. But, um... -When do you record yours? Like, when you wake up? Or in the middle of the night? -Whenever, like, I get an idea. So, this one happened to be at like 2:00 in the morning I came up with the bridge idea. So I'm just like half asleep, mumbling. It sounds really horrible, but I'll play it for you. Hold on. It's coming. [ Singing indistinctly ] I'm, like, tapping my chest. -I love that! -Like, what is that? It didn't even end up being that melody, but that was the idea. And then -- -Oh, my gosh. I love that so much. I mean, that's -- I love that you do that because I'm trying to think in my head, like, "Hey, do I have the same skill set as Alessia?" And I don't. -Yes, you do. -But I do those mumbling voice memos. I definitely do that. -You do? What do you have? Wait. I want to hear one. -Let me see. ♪ They told me again ♪ ♪ So I did ♪ [ Singing indistinctly ] ♪ They told me to stop ♪ ♪ So I ran ♪ Yeah, that's how my songs go. -No, mine, too. I do that, too, where you're speaking gibberish. -[ Mumbling, singing ] -[ Laughs ] Yeah. [ Laughs ] So bad, dude. It's weird. -No, it's the best, though. I love hearing that stuff. It's so cool. -I'm so happy to see you and to see you smile. And I just -- I miss you, and I can't wait to see you in person again. Thank you so much. It means so much to me that you came on the show. I love you, pal. -Love you, too. Thank you so much. -Onwards and upwards, bud. -Onwards and upwards, yes. Direct Relief, guys. Please, if you can. It would mean a whole lot. 'Cause there are a lot of healthcare workers that need our help right now. -Let's do it. Bye, pal. -Thank you. -Thank you.