Nelly has been keeping a low profile lately, but he returned to the spotlight on Tuesday night. The St. Louis rapper paid a visit to “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” to promote his role as a mentor on The CW’s music competition series “The Next: Fame Is at Your Doorstep.” He reminisced on his job as a UPS worker and admitted to watching reality shows including “Bridezillas” and “Duck Dynasty.”
Earlier this month, Nelly released his Chris Brown-assisted single “Marry Go Round” and has been in the studio finishing his new album M.O., due later this year. “I represent my family, my city, myself at all times, so M.O. explains it all,” he said of the title.
To cap things off, he hit the stage for an impromptu performance of “Hot in Herre,” with some help from The Roots and Jimmy Fallon.
Nelly Interview: Part 1
Nelly Interview: Part 2
Nelly Performs “Hot in Herre”