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Halsey cries on stage singing 'Him & I' after breakup with G-Eazy


Halsey (R) and G-Eazy attend the MTV Movie & TV Awards in Santa Monica, Calif., on June 16. The "Bad Love" singer and her rapper boyfriend recently called it quits after one year of dating. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI

By Karen Butler, UPI

Singer-songwriter Halsey cried onstage this weekend during a Michigan concert as she performed "Him & I," a ballad she previously sang with her ex-boyfriend, G-Eazy.

E! News said Friday's set at the Common Ground Music Festival in Lansing was the first time she sang publicly since announcing she and 29-year-old rapper-producer G-Eazy had split up after about a year of dating.

Video posted on TMZ showed Halsey, 23, wiping tears from her eyes as she sang the hit they made together.

G-Eazy said last week he and Halsey were working on new music when they ended their romance.


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