After Hurricane Sandy forced “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” to cancel his Brooklyn show on Monday, Alicia Keys rescheduled her appearance for Friday. The New York-bred songstress didn’t have to travel far from home. Like many others, Alicia was affected by the devastating East Coast storm and had some of her musical equipment damaged by water.
During the sit-down interview, she spoke about dressing her two-year-old son Egypt as Michael Jackson for Halloween and balancing motherhood with being a pop star. To help celebrity parents like herself rediscover their badass selves, she starred in a funny PSA called “Helping Parents to Rock.”
But that wasn’t all. She capped off Jimmy’s week in Brooklyn on a high note with a performance of her hit single “Girl on Fire.”