Billie Eilish: incident pushes her to interrupt her concert

Billie Eilish was performing at the Governor’s Ball festival last weekend (September 24) when she had to take her concert off due to a crowd incident.

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In a video shared by members of the public on social media, the “bad guy” singer can indeed be seen stopping in the middle of a song after noticing that something had happened, and pointing to the incident of the finger by launching: “Security!” Why are you not careful! Seriously!”

The star then continued to perform her track “Everything I Wanted” before turning to the security guards again and saying, “You only have one job to do, please.”

Seconds later, Billie called out to the crowd, “Are you okay? Its good?”

The incident in question is still a mystery but there seems to have been more fear than harm as the star managed to finish her concert without any further interruptions. And although Billie is currently on tour to promote her album “Happier than ever”, the young singer recently admitted that having fans still seems insane to her.

Asked about it on the set of the “Drew Barrymore Show”, she replied: “I think it was weird for me because one moment I was a fan and the next day I was suddenly looked at like I was. a star, even when I was 14. It was strange because I told myself that I was nobody. ”

Moreover, the interpreter of “Your Power” insisted on the fact that she is no different from her fans and sees them as a part of herself.

“I just make music,” she added. “I see them as a part of me, it’s thanks to them that I go through certain things. They always support me. ” The young star also confided that her self-confidence has dropped since she unveiled her film-concert “Happier than ever”.

“I have always been very determined and honest,” she continued. “Which is a curse like a blessing. But the funny thing is, the older I get, the less confidence I have in myself. I watched the documentary again a few weeks ago and it made me cry because I realized how free-spirited I was, how open-minded I was. Then the media snatched that away from me. “


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