There’s no doubt that Billie Eilish loves her adoring fans, but sometimes the singer wishes they would stop crossing “a line.” On Monday, February 3, the 18-year-old was named the March Vogue cover girl and when it came to opening up for the interview, Billie didn’t hold back.
The “Bad Guy” singer dished on everything from her mental health and body image issues to making music with her brother Finneas O’Connell in their childhood bedrooms. Billie even got real about how people invading her privacy has affected her life.
“That is so f**king creepy,” the singer admitted after an edible arrangement from a fan appeared at her front door. “They’re being nice, but there’s a line they just don’t see. Sometimes they’re like, ‘I know this is wrong, but I just wanted to leave this letter.’ And I’m like, If you know it’s wrong, then why do it?”
Billie has said that her quick rise to fame is “everything I ever wanted,” but understands that along with the good came the bad — like a lack of privacy in her life and in her home. The songstress explained that she has “stopped feeling entirely safe” in the Los Angeles house that the grew up in, and still lives in with her parents. She described it like this, “if you were to walk into an empty room, and then you looked at your phone and you got a text of a picture of you in that empty room from inside the room.”
She continued, “Luckily I dress fly all the time, so it’s not like they’re getting a picture of me where I look f**king crazy.”
Despite the occasional unwanted visitors invading her privacy, the young star revealed that has no intentions of moving out of her parents’ home any time soon.
“Luckily I love my parents. I love this house. My brother comes here all the time because he wants to, and he likes us, too. So at this moment there’s a pretty good balance of…No, there isn’t a balance; forget it. I’m fine here. Whatever. I have a car. A car is enough,” she said.
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