Ciara Returns With A Rocking Concert On ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

Published On October 26, 2012 | Celebrities, Music News, Television

Ciara has got us good and she officially rang in her return with a jaw dropping performance on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live.’ CiCi rocked the stage with a set that included hits like ‘Goodies,’ ‘1, 2 Step’ and ‘Like A Boy,’ ‘Sorry’ and ‘Got Me Good’ and they all helped to promote her upcoming album ‘One Woman Army.’

Ciara is glad to be back but squashed collaborations with Nicki Minaj in a recent interview. She said, “On my album, no. The reason why I said no instantly is because I was thinking about the song ['Super Turnt Up'] that everyone thought was her and it was me. It was me featuring me, however, I’m excited about a new collaboration that has seemed to fall into the pocket of things and I’m not gonna say no. The answer’s not gonna be no. You never know what can happen.”

She also touched on her 2 Chainz collaboration on ‘Sweat’ saying: “I love 2 Chainz. He got that crinack [laughs]. Any more collabos? It’s possible. I definitely do have one that I’m super excited about and I literally just did something with them almost a week ago and they’ll be doing something with me, so I’m excited about it.”

Btw … Happy Belated Birthday Ciara!

Watch Ciara Perform ‘Sorry’ Below:

Watch Ciara Perform ‘Got Me Good’ Below:

Watch Ciara Perform ‘Goodies’ Below:

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