Alt-pop superstar Billie Eilish answered some personal questions in a new “Slow Zoom” interview.
In the nearly 20-minute interview conducted by Vanity Fair, Eilish revealed several details including those related to her identity, fame, family and work.
Eilish, who turned 18 just before the coronavirus pandemic, said that she is now most excited about going on shopping trips to Costco and Home Depot.
She also revealed that her favorite Beatles songs are “Something,” ” Julia,” “You Never Give Me Your Money,” “Anna (Go To Him),” and “Maxwell’s Silver Hammer.”
Eilish also said that she hates fake news that are found on internet and how people believe everything they read online.
She also explained her feelings after winning Grammy last year.
“I had just lived through an unbelievable experience and I was filled with joy and excitement and shock and disbelief,” she says. “Getting compliments left and right and at the same time, the entire internet was telling me I didn’t deserve it. So it was a weird week.”
Eilish also talked about her forthcoming album wither her frequent collaborator and brother Finneas.
“Honestly, everything is different,” she explains. “We really haven’t done anything the same. We haven’t been in the same place, we’ve grown so much in just the way that we create.”
“I’ve been writing so much more and honestly so much better than I ever have,” Eilish added. “I feel like a different person, I really couldn’t be happy with what I’ve been creating [and] couldn’t be prouder of myself than I am about what I feel that I’ve created.”
(Photo: Kenneth Cappello)
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