Billie Eilish might be getting a whopping $25 million for a documentary with Apple TV+.
The currently untitled project has reportedly already been shot, following the 17-year-old “Bad Guy” singer in her private moments with family and friends after the March release of her debut studio album, “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?”
However, a rep for Eilish tells The Post the deal isn’t finalized yet.
The green-haired singing sensation recently made headlines for her lack of knowledge about Van Halen. But many argued that she doesn’t need to know about the rock band — in her young career, she already has four platinum singles in the US and a slew of Grammy nominations.
This won’t be the star’s first collaboration with Apple — she’s already been crowned Apple Music’s Artist of the Year.
Although Apple Music has released documentaries on other pop stars such as Taylor Swift (“The 1989 World Tour Live”) and Ed Sheeran (“Songwriter”), this will be on their new TV platform rather than Apple Music, joining the ranks of shows such as M. Night Shyamalan’s “Servant” and the Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon headliner “The Morning Show.”
Apple TV+’s documentaries are still in their nascent stage, with only one available on the service so far (“The Elephant Queen,” a nature doc about an elephant herd), but several documentaries produced by Oprah Winfrey are on the slate.
The Billie Eilish documentary is expected on Apple TV+ in 2020.