Billie Eilish Star-Struck by Famous Fans in Vogue’s ‘Ask a Legend’ Interview

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In the video clip interview for Vogue, the ‘Bad Guy’ hitmaker usually takes inquiries from 23 famous people, together with Missy Elliott, Justin Bieber and Oscar-successful actress Halle Berry.

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Billie Eilish was still left stunned during an Talk to a Legend Vogue video clip interview when stars like Justin Bieber, Missy Elliott and Halle Berry fired off questions to her.

The Spice Women star Melanie C (a.k.a. Mel C) and “Killing Eve” actress Jodie Comer had been also among the the 23 stars who posed queries to Billie, but it was rapper Elliott’s query about her movies that genuinely knocked the 19-year-aged out.

“Oh my God, Missy Elliott, oh my God, oh my God, oh my God, oh my gosh,” Billie responded. “That is nuts that you know who I am.”

In the meantime, Bieber questioned the teenager if she would rather have fresh socks or refreshing sheets, prompting Eilish to confess she hates the thought of dirty sheets or filthy socks, and the singer’s “crush” Comer asked Billie for her go-to karaoke music, which is something by H.E.R. or Main Keef.

Even the “Bad Male” singer’s brother FINNEAS acquired in on the action, inquiring Eilish if there have been any demonstrates she has performed that she has no recollection of.

Billie described there are various, including she usually recalls gigs centered on what she was donning.

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British grime rapper Stormzy, Vince Staples, Hailey Baldwin, Avril Lavigne, Melissa McCarthy, Orlando Bloom, Viola Davis and Arlo Parks had been also among the superstar fans with burning thoughts, as was filmmaker Tim Burton who requested why everybody thinks Billie is from an additional planet.

“Folks think I’m like a demon, a great deal of them,” she replied. “That is really nuts. I necessarily mean I’m honored.”

And Mel C questioned her for a existence-transforming second, prompting Eilish to recall her big nights at the 2019 and 2020 Grammys, and executing James Bond concept “No Time to Die” at the 2020 Oscars.

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