Halsey may be bad at love, but she’s great with a blank canvas.
The 25-year-old singer-songwriter — who is the musical guest on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, alongside Oscar-nominated host Adam Driver — paid a visit to “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” Wednesday night.
During her segment, the host suggested they draw quick, 20-second portraits of each other.
Fallon’s incomplete drawing barely captured her profile — but Halsey said she “got distracted” and took “creative liberty” in drawing Fallon, revealing a spot-on line sketch of ultra-memed and marketed Baby Yoda from the Disney+ series “The Mandalorian.”
As the audience whooped and Halsey beamed, Fallon left the set in mock annoyance but quickly returned. “I love this — thanks,” he said after Halsey signed her creation. “I’ve never looked better.”
Fans may have doubted that she actually sketched the interstellar being, until she tweeted a follow-up video early Thursday morning. The pajama-clad singer proved her skills with a swift Sharpie drawing of Yoda’s younger doppelgänger.
This isn’t the first time Halsey wowed a TV audience with a crafty creation. Fans may remember she hosted “SNL” in February 2019 and donned painter overalls to perform “Eastside.” In the segment, she seamlessly sang while slathering acrylic to create a face on a huge canvas on the floor of Studio 8H.
The day after, she tweeted that it is her “favorite artistic medium 2nd only to music,” and displayed other examples of her refined handiwork.
Her painting talent also extends to makeup. On Wednesday, she revealed a video tutorial she did for Vogue magazine in which she replicated her self-portrait — including her black and glittery blue eye — from the cover of her new album, “Manic.”
Last fall she also released a more than seven-hour video of her painting the same self-portrait on a massive canvas — she needed a ladder to reach some spots — to promote the song “Graveyard.
Halsey was shockingly snubbed when the 2020 Grammy Award nominations were announced last November, and she shortly thereafter shaded the Recording Academy while accepting the American Music Award for best pop/rock song for “Without Me.” Halsey also slammed a Twitter troll who called her out not supporting South Korean boy band BTS — with whom she has collaborated — after they also were shunned by the Grammys, which will air live from Los Angeles’ Staples Center at 8 p.m. Sunday on CBS.