“I starved myself.” Billie Eilish spoke about the relationship with her own body and starred in a new photo shoot

Billie Eilish stars in a new photo shoot for Vanity Fair (Photo: Vanity Fair)

American singer Billie Eilish became the main character of the March issue of Vanity Fair magazine.

A 19-year-old celebrity appeared on the cover of the edition in a total look from Gucci. Eilish also posed for a photoshoot in looks from Burberry, Givenchy, and JW Anderson.

The shooting of the new photoshoot took place in Los Angeles under the direction of the young American photographer Quill Lemons.


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In an interview with the publication, Eilish spoke about her new music, stating that her work has become more harmonious thanks to an inner sense of calm:

“The new music I’m working on right now, according to my feelings, is exactly what I wanted. There is not a single song or part of a song that I would like to change, “says the singer, adding that she is now more balanced, and her relationship with her brother Finneas, who is also her producer and co-writer, is as strong as ever: creative life and in our creative minds, everything is fine, “- says the star.

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Eilish also raised the topic of her figure and responded to the criticism of her body, frankly telling how she took diet pills at the age of 12:

“I think the people around me were more worried about my figure than I was. To be honest, I started wearing baggy clothes just because of my body. I am really very glad that all this happened to me now when I am at this stage of my life. It’s good that this did not happen three years ago, when my terrible relationship with my own body was in full swing, and not five years ago when I practically did not eat anything. I starved myself. I remember taking diet pills, but instead of the desired effect, I just wet the bed. I was 12 years old. This is just crazy. I can’t even believe I did it. Yeah. I thought I would be the only one who hates my body, but I guess the Internet hates my body even more. So that’s great. In general, the Internet generally hates women, ”says the singer.

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In an interview with the publication, Eilish also unexpectedly admitted that she did not know before how much different things cost – for example, Froot Loops, which the singer loves to eat for breakfast.

“I don’t know how much things cost, because I’ve never been an adult before. And, you know, I grew up without money. I really found myself in a strange position. For example, Froot Loops. I tried to order one box of Froot Loops and thought, “Yes, of course. 35 dollars. I didn’t know they were so expensive. ” As a result, I ordered 70 boxes. Small, but still, ”she admitted.