Billie Eilish has acquired her first tattoo.
The 18-year-old singer revealed she acquired inked with a thriller design earlier this 12 months however she insisted it isn’t one thing anybody else will get to see.
Talking in her annual Vainness Honest video interview, she mentioned: “I did get a tattoo… You received’t ever see it.”
Whereas Billie had plenty of her plans for the 12 months disrupted as a result of coronavirus pandemic, she’s had a really productive few months as she and her brother Finneas O’Connell have written 16 new songs and he or she’s grown extra assured in her skills.
She mentioned: “I’ve made and created issues that I don’t suppose I might have ever created. I really feel a lot extra assured in my writing. I really feel like I do know myself higher…I like it [songwriting] a lot extra, I really actually do it take pleasure in now and I do really feel I am fairly good at it now, to be trustworthy with you.”
And her lengthy break has made Billie extra optimistic concerning the concept of with the ability to carry out reside.
She mentioned: “I by no means thought I wouldn’t be capable to do exhibits sometime. It’s the one factor I really feel like I’ve ever been good at. When exhibits are allowed once more, each present goes to be the perfect present.”
The ‘No Time To Die’ singer has additionally spent the time educating herself on social justice points and local weather change.
She mentioned: “I discovered a lot extra about the best way persons are dwelling that I wasn’t conscious of earlier than. The local weather disaster and social injustice and all of the dangerous issues made me suppose in a different way.
“I’ll by no means cease preventing for all of the Black and Brown individuals who have misplaced their lives to police brutality.”
The ‘dangerous man’ hitmaker now not feels she wants she has to “show” herself now she’s effectively established as an artist.
She mentioned: “Getting larger and larger makes me extra comfy about not having to show myself.
“Folks look as much as you in order that you’ll inform them what you, your self, would really inform them.”