Billie Eilish Shares Cheeky Photo After Getting Body-Shamed As She Gets Ready To Let Fans Into Her Private Life With Latest Project

Billie Eilish Claudia Sulewski Photo New Documentary

It appears that Billie Eilish knows how to enjoy a concert, as recently, the 19-year-old musician shared a new photo that showed her having a lot of fun while attending the performance of her idol, Justin Bieber.

The “No Time to Die” artist updated her Instagram profile recently with a picture in which she could be seen smiling happily at the camera.

Simultaneously, the girlfriend of her brother Finneas, Claudia Sulewski, has her hands on Eilish’s bottom parts and appears to be kissing them playfully.

Titled simply with a monkey emoji that hides its eyes, the post quickly gathered millions of likes, and Billie’s fans took to the comment section to express their approval of the memorable picture.

Many backers are thrilled that Billie Eilish is loving herself after being hit with some toxic body-shaming comments over viral paparazzi photos.

One admirer commented, “I love this newfound confidence and self-love; it’s a great seeing her happy that’s what I love seeing,” and another stated, “CONFIDENT BILLIE IS MY FAVORITE.”

A third message read, “I hate to see other people living out your dreams.”

Claudia also posted a couple of pictures from the concert that showed her and Billie having a great time.

In one of the snaps, the “Ocean Eyes” lyricist could be seen making a duck face, while Sulewski appears to be enjoying a glass of champagne.

In another picture, Claudia is giving a toast, while Billie is making a funny face with her tongue out.

The singer’s post came out right after she appeared to be under heavy backlash for sharing a sketch that depicted a female’s chest.

Following the controversial post, Billie’s Instagram account was unfollowed by around 100,000 followers, and the singer expressed her opinion of people leaving with “LMFAOOO y’all babies smh.”

This week, Billie Eilish delighted fans by giving a glimpse into her private life with her new documentary.

In the official trailer for Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry that will be out on Apple TV+ on Feb. 26, she revealed: “I honestly don’t know how any artist of any age is doing it without a parent. This is my parents’ bed, and I sleep in here because I’m scared of monsters.”

The artist went on to say: “I look into the crowd, and I see every single person in there is going through something. I have the same problem. I was like, ‘Why don’t I turn this into art instead of just living with it?'”

The young talent appears to be very mature and keenly aware of her surrounding. She has become the soul of pop music.

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