Paris Jackson is no stranger to disappointment.
The 18-year-old's first Tonight Show interview got a bit too real when she revealed her first concert was also the first time she was really "heartbroken."
On Monday's show, Michael Jackson's daughter admitted to being a big High School Musical fan, noting that High School Musical Live was "first concert that I actively wanted to see."
But the live event ended up being quite "depressing" for Paris, because the film's leading man Zac Efron was missing from the show. Yeah, we'd be pretty heartbroken too…
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As the Star actress recalled, Efron was too busy filming "the movie with the horses" — a.k.a. The Derby Stallion, an actual movie that exists — to make the concert. His replacement was Drew Seeley, Zac's singing voice in the first Disney Channel movie, and notably NOT the real Troy Bolton.
Thankfully, Jimmy Fallon cheered Paris up after the emotional walk down memory lane with an INTENSE game of Egg Russian Roulette — in which the blonde beauty couldn't help but lick the raw yolk running down her face. Yum?
She's really getting the hang of this whole "celebrity" thing! Ch-ch-check out both clips (below)!
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