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Share your private life or not? Billie Eilish is divided

Sharing very personal things in public is not always advisable, but it can sometimes be helpful for others. Billie Eilish is often torn.

[Los Angeles -] US singer Billie Eilish (“Bad Guy”) is, in her own words, torn over the question of how much private she should share with the public.

“I don’t always want to reveal the most intimate details of my life to the world,” said the 19-year-old to British rapper Stormzy in an interview for British fashion magazine “iD”.

“I don’t really want people to know everything about me, but at the same time I want people to be able to feel seen and heard when they have experienced the same things as me.” She wants to help others, said the singer. “You can speak for people who have no voice. But it’s also ambivalent because sometimes you don’t want to talk about it either. “

Eilish, who has more than 90 million Instagram subscribers, released her second album “Happier Than Ever” in July, making it to number one in the German charts for the first time. Her debut album, “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?”, Was released in March 2019, became a global success and was awarded several Grammys, among other things. [dpa]

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