Anything can happen when you perform live!

Ellie Goulding's latest performance took her to the Australian Football League Grand Finale where the 28-year-old was asked to sing a few songs on the field.

But while performing inside Melbourne's MCG stadium, fans couldn't help but notice when two of her biggest singles began playing simultaneously.

As Goulding and her band stood on-stage quietly, "Love Me Like You Do" and "Burn" started blasting throughout the stadium. So, was this an epic lip-sync fail? Not so fast!

"Love it when people think I lip sync, what a rad compliment : )," she tweeted Friday evening. "Now where does one find a good veggie restaurant in Melbs?"

Ellie Goulding, Delirium Album

Polydor Records

She continued, "I give 100% in my performances even when people don't give much back. My fans know that. That's because I love what I do so much."

For the past week, Goulding has also been feeling "unwell" and was suffering from a "long spell chill." However, she was still determined to deliver an excellent performance for attendees.

"Incidentally, the sound guy who pressed playback twice and trigged both band tracks simultaneously is nowhere to be seen…" she shared on social media. Hmmmm.

Regardless of what happened at the show, Goulding is experiencing plenty of success with her new songs. Just last month, the English singer and songwriter dropped her latest single "On My Mind" that is expected to be featured on her third studio album titled Delirium.

Produced by Max Martin, the single is already climbing the charts throughout the states. She even showed off her sexy side for the fun music video.

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