Lorde is from New Zealand, so the prospect of the singer dropping into a local party for an impromptu performance may be unlikely, albeit not impossible.
Some attendees at the weekly "No Lights, No Lycra" party, which takes place at Auckland's Grey Lynn Library, were convinced she was there performing.
After all, it had promoted a very special guest for its Monday night event: "This week we have a bit of a surprise and you will NOT want to miss it," reads the event's description on Facebook.
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