Billie Eilish had some choice words for the “idiots” who criticized her for rocking a new look. In a May 27 series of Instagram Stories, the “Happier Ever” singer revealed “some of the comments” she’s seen, comparing her growing up style to the perceived industry pressures of her caveat.
“I spent the first 5 years of my career being completely destroyed by you idiots for being a boy and dressing how I did and being told it would be hotter if I acted like a girl,” Eilish wrote. as if Entertainment tonight. “[A]And now when I feel comfortable wearing anything remotely feminine or flirtatious I’m sold.. And ‘what’s up with her’ oMg Billy she’s not her she’s just like the rest of them.
Calling his enemies “real idiots,” she continued, “I might as well be both of you bozos.” Long live women!” In a follow-up post, the seven-time Grammy winner added, “Fun fact! You know women are multifaceted!!!!! Shocking right?? Believe it or not, women can be interested in many things. The text of the third story reads: “So femininity does not equal weakness?!!!! My creator?! Crazy right? Who knew?? And it’s unheard of and crazy to want to express yourself differently at different times.
“Get my perfect c*ck and balls you ladies who hate ass guests,” Elish’s sign says before finally dumping her.
After hitting the red carpet at the 2023 Met Gala on May 1, Eilish revealed that the musician’s vibe is more driven by the burlesque-inspired Simon Rocha custom black lace Simon Rocha, Irish designer. “I was inspired by Billie herself, her talent, her world and her powerful femininity,” Rocha says of creating Eilish’s gothic look. “I wanted to celebrate her femininity in its vulnerability and strength. Working with ruffled tulle and edging it with lace, interpreting the embellishment as a shield and creating a look that radiates emotion, the sheer layered piece reveals what lies beneath…”
In October 2021 Elle cover story, Eilish recalled that when Eilish began experimenting with swapping her signature oversized streetwear, skater-goth aesthetic for more form-fitting clothes, the fan response was swift. (The magazine cited comments the singer received from internet trolls.) But it’s so dehumanizing,” she told the magazine. “I’ve lost 100,000 followers, just because of bra noise. People are afraid of big breasts. … You shouldn’t even know who you are until you’re at least my age or older.
Eilish continued, “I didn’t have the goal of ‘this is going to make everyone think differently than me.’ I’ve had different colored hair and vibes for everything I’ve ever done. …The other day, I posted a video from when I had green hair, and I saw people going, ‘I miss this Billie, the green-haired Billie.’ I’m still the same person. I’m not just different Barbies with different heads.