Billie Eilish has been spiraling in a whirlwind of success over the last few years, and this time last year, Eilish was completing her debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, which has now risen to be one of the best selling albums of the year with several massive hit songs from it including her No. 1 single “bad guy,” “bury a friend,” and “all the good girls go to hell.” Vanity Fair conducted the same interview for the third year in a row showing Eilish’s career growth. The first taking place when Eilish was 15-years-old and the third being this year while the hitmaker is 17-years-old.
On Monday (Nov. 25), Vanity Fair released their third installment of the interview series showcasing her success and how she has matured.
Eilish recently announced her massive arena tour that completely sold out in minutes after on sale. She also performed on Saturday Night Live, got covers with Elle Magazine and Rolling Stone Magazine and so much more. But shockingly Eilish’s fame still comes to a surprising shock to her it seems as she says, “I can’t believe people care so much about me.”
Eilish further confessing, “I like being famous. It’s very weird, but it’s very cool, And I feel like I can say that now because I used to hate it. I hated doing press, and I hated being recognized, and I hated kind of everything that had to do with it. There’s a lot in fame that’s f**king gross and horrible and just miserable, but I’m very grateful for it, and it’s rare, and I’m very lucky so I’m done with complaining about it. I complained about it for so long.”
Watch the full interview below: