The singer revealed herself as the creator of the now-deleted account @onionringsworldwide

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She is the lord of the onion rings!

Lorde revealed herself as the creator of the now-deleted Instagram account, @onionringsworldwide, during her appearance on Thursday’s Tonight Show.

“I naively didn’t realize that it would be a thing that I was going to different places and trying the onion rings at each of those places,” the New Zealand native told Jimmy Fallon.

“I think they’re underrated as well. I don’t think they get enough credit,” the two-time Grammy winner agreed with Fallon of the golden fried appetizer.

Earlier this week, the 20-year-old singer’s secret onion ring review page on the photo sharing app was exposed. “Every onion ring I encounter, rated,” the bio read.

Before the account was taken down, @onionringsworldwide garnered a total of 24 followers, including Lorde, Universal Music promotions director Justin Warren, and Lorde’s keyboardist Jimmy Mac, according to Newshub.

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Lorde revealed her foodie side during her many concert stops and promotional appearances ahead of the release of her new album, Melodrama.

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ICYMI: The onion rings she spoke highly of came from Bareburger in New York City and a tempura onion ring from Tennessee.

And if you trust Lorde’s recommendations, she advised not eating the onion rings from Gowings Bar & Grill at the QT Hotel in Sydney. “Bit of a heavy, dry mouth feel. 2/5,” she rated the breaded onion rings.

She also highly dislikes Burger King’s onion rings. “I didn’t actually know Burger King did onion rings, and good thing I didn’t because they are not good. 1/5,” she wrote.