Kelsea Ballerini arrived at the penthouse of late-night TV this end of the week with a presentation execution on “Saturday Night Live.”

The national pop hitmaker performed two tunes on the tastemaking sketch satire show, including a mixing piano-and-vocals interpretation of “Penthouse” — a champion number from “Moving Up The Doormat,” the artist’s unexpected post-separate from EP that appeared a month ago. Ballerini, a 29-year-old Tennessee local, split from ex and individual vocalist Morgan Evans last August following an almost five-year marriage.

Wearing head-to-toe white, Ballerini belted, “Kissed another person the previous evening/However presently I don’t have the foggiest idea where you’re dozing, child/We got along genuine pleasant, until I needed out, presently I realize you can’t stand me.”

Before the show, Ballerini played out the pop-doused “Caught off-guard,” likewise from her “Doormat” project.” A six-piece band supported the vocalist as an outlined artist reflected her exhibition behind a blue-and-white screen. During the tune, she threw a little fuel on her post-separate from inventive fire by adding another line that got down on Evans’ new separation single “Over For You.”

Toward the finish of “Bushwhacked,” Ballerini sang, “Presently you’re singin’ it uproarious on the radio like you’re the main heart that breaks/You would’ve looked through the entire world over? Better believe it, sure, alright.”

On the current week’s version of “SNL,” Ballerini joined Kansas City Bosses tight end Travis Kelce, who made his facilitating debut almost three weeks in the wake of winning his subsequent Super Bowl.

Adil Shahzad

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