Yodelling sensation Mason Ramsey returned to “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Friday to talk about his recent performance at Coachella, as well as the attention he’s been receiving from female fans.
“If I felt any better it would be illegal,” the 11-year-old told DeGeneres, speaking about his recent rise to fame after a video of him yodelling in the aisles of Walmart went viral. “Don’t worry, there’s more where that came from,” he said, as the audience reacted in shocked laughter.
DeGeneres asked him about the attention he’s been getting from girls, and the young yodeller joked that while it’s “cool,” there are too many of them to keep track. “You have one here, one there, and next thing you know, they’re everywhere,” he explained.
Ramsey also chatted about his experience performing in front of thousands at the Coachella music festival in California. “I’m surprised I could even do that,” he told DeGeneres, “because there’s a bunch of people that can’t do that.”
He also shared footage of his debut performance at the legendary Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee, describing it as “a dream come true.”
Watch the interview in the video above.