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American singer and songwriter Billie Eilish just unfollowed everyone on Instagram after she posted in one of her Instagram stories that she will support all those that have been abused.

“If I am following your abuser, DM me and I will unfollow them. I will support you,” she wrote on her IG story.

Not long after, she deleted the story and instead of just unfollowing several chosen people, went on to delete everyone she ever followed on the social media platform—including her own brother, Finneas, who she collaborates with for her music.

Before this incident, the singer has been very vocal about the #blacklivesmatter movement, even posting a long tirade on the matter a few weeks back.

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Eilish is obviously making a statement with this new move, but she has yet to officially comment on it.

Source/Credits: POP Inquirer.



Vegan musician Billie Eilish and her vegan mother, Maggie Baird, recently appeared on plant-based cooking show New Day New Chef (NDNC) on Amazon Prime Video. The show’s special season focuses on the work of vegan nonprofit initiative Support + Feed, which was created by Baird to support local vegan restaurants in Los Angeles, New York, and Philadelphia while supplying food to children’s charities, homeless and domestic shelters, and family and senior centers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

As part of the eight-episode series, host Jane Velez-Mitchell and Baird welcome chefs in California who are supplying food to the needy during the pandemic, including Mollie Engelhart of Sage Bistro, Ron Russell of SunCafe, Tara Punzone of Pura Vita, and Angela Means-Kaaya of Jackfruit Café. The show also includes appearances by Eilish and her musician brother Finneas.

New Day New Chef debuted on Amazon Prime Video in the United States and United Kingdom earlier this year with an aim to dispel the false notion that removing meat and dairy from one’s diet is a sacrifice.

“We are so grateful that NDNC not only wanted to feature the incredible chefs and restaurants in Support + Feed but also to let us share our mission—feeding nourishing plant-based meals to people in need, to spread awareness, and to ultimately help the planet,” Baird told VegNews.

Source/Credits: VegNEWS!



BILLIE EILISH has dominated charts since her debut album arrived on store shelves and streaming services – but now the star has hit out at being put within specific labels over the years.

And while the young star has garnered numerous fans over the course of her career, her music brand has never truly be defined.

Over the course of her time in the spotlight people have dubbed her music genre anything from pop to alt-pop and pop-rock, ad nauseam.

In an interview with GQ earlier this year the star spoke about her genre, and how she wishes the status quo were different for artists of her caliber.

She first told the publication: “I hate when people say: ‘Oh, you look like ‘blank’. You sound like ‘blank”.”

She then went on to reference an announcement Tyler the Creator gave after winning a Grammy for Best Rap Album.

He told press: “I’m very grateful that what I made could just be acknowledged in a world like this.

“But, also, it sucks that whenever we – and I mean guys that look like me – do anything that’s genre-bending, they always put it in a ‘rap’ or ‘urban’ category.

“I don’t like that ‘urban’ word – it’s just a politically correct way to say the n-word, to me. Why can’t we just be in pop?”

Noting this comment, Eilish went on: “It was such a cool thing Tyler said. I agree with him about that term.

“Don’t judge an artist off the way someone looks or the way someone dresses. Wasn’t Lizzo in the Best R&B category that night? I mean, she’s more pop than I am.”

Getting candid on the subject, she added: “Look, if I wasn’t white I would probably be in ‘rap’.

“Why? They just judge from what you look like and what they know. I think that is weird. The world wants to put you into a box.

“I’ve had it my whole career. Just because I am a white teenage female I am pop. Where am I pop? What part of my music sounds like pop?”

While it is true her music doesn’t exactly scream “pop-music” she is always certainly going to be a tough artist to place.

Earlier in the interview she also touched upon her dress-sense, and how she has been a target for body-shaming.

She told the publication: “Sometimes I dress like a boy. Sometimes I dress like a swaggy girl.

“And sometimes I feel trapped by this persona that I have created, because sometimes I think people view me not as a woman.”

Going on to reference a video she produced for her tour, she said: “That tour video was about all that.

“It is me saying: Look, there is a body underneath these clothes and you don’t get to see it. Isn’t that a shame?

“But my body is mine and yours is yours. Our own bodies are kind of the only real things which are truly ours. I get to see it and get to show it when I want to.”

Bille Eilish album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? is available on Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal.

Source/Credits: Express.





Billie Eilish revealed in a new interview with British GQ that her body image issues stem from not feeling “desired” in past relationships.

Here’s a bomb for you: I have never felt desired. My past boyfriends never made me feel desired. None of them,” Eilish said. “And it’s a big thing in my life that I feel I have never been physically desired by somebody.

So I dress the way I dress as I don’t like to think of you guys — I mean anyone, everyone — judging [my body], or the size of it,” she continued. “But that doesn’t mean that I won’t wake up one day and decide to wear a tank top, which I have done before.”

According to the 18-year-old singer, she doesn’t mind when rare images of her body go viral (“Suddenly my boobs are trending on Twitter. Which is fine — that shit looks good“), but does feel “trapped” at times by her androgynous clothing style.

Sometimes I dress like a boy. Sometimes I dress like a swaggy girl. And sometimes I feel trapped by this persona that I have created, because sometimes I think people view me not as a woman,” Eilish said.

Eilish explained that a short film from her recent tour called “Not My Responsibility” — in which the singer removes layers of clothing while speaking about the public perception of her body — can be seen as a direct response to her battle with body image.

That tour video was about all that. It is me saying: look, there is a body underneath these clothes and you don’t get to see it,” the “Bad Guy” singer said. “Isn’t that a shame?”

But my body is mine and yours is yours,” she continued. “Our own bodies are kind of the only real things which are truly ours. I get to see it and get to show it when I want to.”

This isn’t the first time Eilish has opened up about her struggles with body image, and how being in the public eye affects her.

Earlier this year, Eilish revealed that she’d been troubled by her appearance as a child, since she started developing at an extremely young age.

“I just hated my body. I would have done anything to be in a different one,” Eilish said in an interview with Vogue.

“I really wanted to be a model, really bad, and I was chubby and short. I developed really early. I had boobs at 9. I got my period at 11. So my body was going faster than my brain.”

In 2019, Eilish opened up about her decision to wear androgynous clothing, explaining in a Calvin Klein ad, “That’s why I wear big, baggy clothes. Nobody can have an opinion, because they haven’t seen what’s underneath.”

And while the singer has mixed feelings about people who use her androgynous style as a way to shame their own daughters, she admitted previously that she wasn’t opposed to showing off her body as she grew older.

“I’m gonna be a woman. I wanna show my body,” Eilish told Elle in 2019. “What if I wanna make a video where I wanna look desirable?”

Source/Credits: INSIDER.



Billie Eilish is opening up about having fame and noteriety.

The 18-year-old recently opened up about being clickbait and how it affects what she does online.

“Look, I am clickbait at the moment. Anything with my name on it or anything I say or do can and will be used against me. I don’t watch people’s [Instagram] Stories, I quit Twitter a couple of years ago, I look at the occasional meme and I feel bad that I don’t post more, as the fans want it, but I have nothing to post. Honestly. Zip,” Billie told GQ Magazine UK.

“The thing I realised recently is this: when you get to a certain level of fame or notoriety, it doesn’t matter what you say or do, you are a certain level of known. You will be super hated. And super loved,” she added. “There are a million people who don’t like Beyonce – and I don’t know how the hell you can’t love Beyonce. Same with Rihanna. Same with Trump – people actually like that fool! How can you like this man? But everyone is hated and everyone is loved.”

SOURCE: Just Jared.



Billie Eilish is doing anything she can to bring attention to the Black Lives Matter movement.

The 18-year-old singer was seen walking her dog in Los Angeles on Wednesday when she walked by her car which had messages including ‘I cant breathe’ written all over it just days after the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minnesota police officers.

Her iconic black matte 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat had cardboard taped all over it which included messages like ‘Black Lives Matter’ and ‘white silence is compliance.

Billie looked casual cool as she walked her new pit bull puppy as she sported a baggy brown T-shirt and sweatshorts combination from Jerry Lorenzo’s FOG Essentials collection.

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Source/Credits: Daily Mail.



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