Last year, the five-time GRAMMY victor was photographed in a tank top on the way to the beach, which is a departure from the singer's trademark baggy clothing. The Grammy victor admitted that the photo, which was snapped by paparazzi in October 2020 and had numerous netizens commenting on her figure, would have affected her differently if it had happened a few years ago. "And people were like, 'Damn, Billie got fat!'" she told Vanity Fair during the latest of her video interviews with the magazine. "I feel so much more confident in my writing and in my singing and just as a human being". Now that she has a much better "body relationship", she will likely wear such outfits again.
Speaking to the March issue of Vanity Fair magazine, the Grammy-award victor opened up about her struggles which began when she was a young girl. In a new Vanity Fair cover story, Eilish reflected on that pap picture. "To be quite honest with you, I only started wearing baggy clothes because of my body", said the "Therefore I Am" singer. I was really, really glad, mainly, that I am in this place in my life, because if that had happened 3 years ago, when I was in the midst of my disgusting body relationship-or dancing a ton, 5 years ago, I was not really eating.
Billie has been left in "weird situations" by her devoted fans and had to enlist her team to speak with those queuing for meet-and-greet sessions before the coronavirus pandemic to ensure "boundaries" were in place. She even began taking weightloss pills which turned out to be a nightmare in itself.
Eilish recalled barely being a teenager when she tried to take a pill to lose weight. She signed to Darkroom/Interscope shortly after and sold almost 4 million units of her debut album - which is to say, she has spent her entire young adulthood wealthy. Yeah. I thought I would be the one dealing with my hate for my body, but I guess the internet hates my body too.
Billie Eilish is a huge fan of cereal! Dennings later spoke to Entertainment Tonight about what incited her to speak out. The internet hates women'. Though you've never seen my body, you still judge it and judge me for it. You make assumptions about people based on their size.