Billie Eilish certainly had a feeling of déjà vu when she sat down for her annual video interview with Vanity Fair on October 18. While the questions remain the same in the video, which was released on Tuesday, November 30, the superstar’s responses show that she has evolved over the past half-decade.
A more mature and confident Billie Eilish
This tradition of annual interviews began when the teenage pop sensation was just a 15-year-old newbie, with just 257,000 Instagram followers. During her last interview, Eilish couldn’t help but laugh to herself, answering questions about the 2020 pandemic transition. “ My god, this girl was going through an identity crisis. Oh my God ! “ Has she said. “ You can see it in my eyes. I mean, really. The low bun? Please. What is happening ? “
Returning to how her self-confidence grew from 2017 to 2019, the singer said “ nothing can ever get past this ego of 2019.” But, she was quick to explain, that he there is a reason for this. “I felt like myself, for sure,” she said. “It was because I had been so unhappy for so long that I was ultimately not and never kept quiet about it. But I was… I was fine. I mean, I’m starting to have, like, an adult life. Which is new to me and very exciting, and I have had new experiences and new people and a lot of love. “
Eilish also said this year that her weakness of wanting to meet the expectations of the world evolved once she entered adulthood. “ I feel a lot of pressure, but I would also say, like, at the time… I was pretty globally loved, I would say. To be honest. So I was scared, because I really wanted to keep this love. And now tons of people hate me, ”she laughs. “So I’m not worried anymore. I’m like, “Oh, OK, if you love me, you love me; if you don’t love me, you don’t love me ”. Then… “