Billie Eilish thinks she “tried too hard to be desirable”.
The 20-year-old singer showcased a radical change of picture when she shed her dishevelled garments and dyed her inexperienced hair blonde to pose on the duvet of British Vogue journal final summer time in a pink silk corset however now she feels very indifferent from the images and was horrified by among the backlash she obtained.
She mirrored to Sunday Times journal: “No matter what you do, it’s wrong and right.
“Wearing dishevelled garments, no one is drawn to me, I really feel extremely unlovable and unsexy and never lovely, and folks disgrace you for not being female sufficient.
“Then you wear something more revealing and they’re, like, you’re such a fat cow w****. I’m a s*** and I’m a sell-out and I’m just like every other celebrity selling their bodies, and woah! What the f*** do you want? It’s a crazy world for women and women in the public eye.
“Looking again at all the promo and stuff we did earlier than the album [in 2021], I’m, like, do not know who that’s, however that isn’t me! I did not have any time to suppose. I simply determined who I used to be. I simply grew to become that vibe. And I do not know if that was essentially what I actually was feeling. I used to be simply greedy on to something.
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“I honestly don’t feel desired, ever. I do have this worry that I felt so undesirable that I may have occasionally tried too hard to be desirable. It makes me sad to think about.”
But the ‘Ocean Eyes’ singer now has a way more “solid” confidence in herself.
She mentioned: “In the past couple of months I feel far more solid in who I am. I feel different now, like I’m desirable. I feel like I’m capable of being as feminine as I want to be and as masculine as I want.”
And Billie views her physique as her “ugly friend”.
Asked how her relationship along with her physique is, she mentioned: “Nowhere good. My relationship with my body has been a truly horrible, terrible thing since I was 11.
“I like that my physique is mine and that it is with me in every single place I am going.
“I kind of think of my body as my friend. My ugly friend! It’s complicated. But what are you gonna do?”