Ellie Goulding has a busy spring planned, with headlining dates extending into May and then a handful of shows opening for Bruno Mars on his upcoming world tour. Still, she found time to stop by Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to perform "Anything Can Happen." Clad in a furry pink sweater and backed by banks of keyboards, the English singer layered her feathery voice over a booming rhythm full of piano and bass drum on the song, which was the lead single from her 2011 album Halcyon.This article originally appeared on Rolling Stone: Ellie Goulding Sings Booming 'Anything Can Happen' on 'Kimmel'
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