Chappell Roan explains why “that” phrase comes up when you Google her name

Your favorite artist's favorite artist has a favorite theory.

Chappell Roan is convinced she knows why "your favorite artist's favorite artist" pops up at the top of the page when her name is Googled.

The "Good Luck, Babe!" singer made the declaration during an appearance this week on The Tonight Show, when host Jimmy Fallon showed her a screenshot of the Google results to ask about. "Well, I Googled you, too. You wanna know what pops up?" she joked, as Fallon assured her he had no desire to know what came up.

"I didn’t do that,” she told Fallon of the phrase on her page. "No, it’s this random twink who works at Google, I know it is. I know it’s just some assistant, [that’s like], ‘Ooh we love her.'"

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Chappell Roan

That's her theory for how the phrase pops up on the search engine, but the origin of the phrase itself is not so convoluted. She explained to Fallon that it was a reference she made to drag queen Sasha Colby. "Sasha Colby said, 'I’m your favorite drag queen’s favorite drag queen,' and I was like, it just hit me through the heart," Roan said. "And so I was like, I hope Sasha Colby one day watches me, and that’s why I said it."

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Elsewhere in the interview, the two talked about her first studio album, The Rise and Fall of a Midwest Princess, which debuted last September — six years after debuting her first EP, School Nights, in 2017. "I just wanted to make something that I could party to and other people could party to, and something that I would never be sad or bored performing," she said, adding that this is why she also changed the sound of her music from her earlier work.

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"That's why I changed so hard to pop, pop, pop, because it was so boring performing sad songs," the singer explained. "It's not fun to go on tour and be sad for months and months and months. It's like everyone is like that already anyways, so I just wanted something to party to and I did."

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Watch the full interview with Roan in the video clip above.

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