Lorde, a New Zealand singer, makes a stunning admission about Australia.
She is the New Zealand singer-songwriter who burst onto the scene with her debut hit "Royals" eight years ago.
Lorde, real name Ella Yelich-O'Connor, has returned with her third studio album Solar Power.
As she sat down with entertainment presenter Brooke Boney, the diva made an unexpected disclosure.
Lorde expressed her delight at being claimed by Australia, just as we did with actor Russell Crowe and band Crowded House.
"That I will accept. I am a member of the Greater Antipodeans "she stated with a chuckle.
Lorde will visit Australia for the first time in five years in 2021.
The singer of "Green Light" will begin her Solar Power tour in New Zealand on February 27 before traveling to Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney.
Lorde expressed excitement about the prospect of performing in Australia once more to Brooke.
"I'm genuinely quite eager to visit Australia. I have some truly incredible shows there. I'm not sure why, but Australians are extremely pleasant to me "'She stated.