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    Chlöe Held Nothing — Nothing! — Back in Her Late-Night Debut of “Have Mercy”

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    Chloe Bailey is giving “Have Mercy” its time to shine. A month after performing her debut solo single live for the first time at the MTV Video Music Awards, the singer, whose stage name is simply Chlöe, offered another dramatic performance on The Tonight Show on Oct. 12.

    Wearing an angelic gown, Chlöe began the performance with a stunning orchestral rendition of the song, before shedding her skirt and launching into a more haunting delivery. Chlöe ended the performance crouched after a high-energy floor routine and said, “You better f*cking pay attention.” We certainly are. Watch the “Have Mercy” performance in its entirety above.

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