Invited in the Carpool Karaoke James Corden, Billie Eilish has returned to his greatest hits with the facilitator. She even played the ukulele and told of her encounter with Justin Bieber. The singer then led the presenter in the house where she grew up in Los Angeles, before… his spider home ! Take a look at.
Billie Eilish tells of his encounters with celebrities
Just 18 years old, Billie Eilish has become one of the singers the most hype of the moment. Named to the Grammy Awards 2020 or even sacred woman of the year by Billboard magazine, she has now been invited to participate in the famous Carpool Karaoke in The Late Late Show with James Corden. The star sang her hits bad guy, Ocean Eyes and all the good girls go to hell in the car at the side of the facilitator.
In addition to take back its own securities in the show, Billie Eilish has made a retrospective of his year 2019, which has been very intense. In particular, it has been entrusted have loved to meet the two singers of which she is a fan : Billie Joe Armstrong, the leader of Green Day, and Justin Bieber at Coachella.
She reveals the room where she created her album
In the Carpool Karaoke, the performer of when the parties’s over has also improvised a little session of ukulele, an instrument with which she has learned to write songs when she was smaller. It recounted the time when she began to write songs with her girlfriends, when she was only 6 years old.
Billie Eilish then made a stop at the house where she grew up. One that will be unique concert in France at the Lollapalooza festival in July 2020 revealed to James Corden in the room where she created her first album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go ? (released in march 2019) with his brother. She even showed her spider pet. The reaction of the host is worth the detour !
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