Billie Eilish take a moment during his saturday Coachella the show to thank fans and express disbelief at his skyrocketing rise to fame.
“This is very strange,” he said. “I shouldn’t be making the headlines.
“But I’m so grateful I’m here, and all of you are here,” he continued. “This is a dream come true. I feel crazy.” (Watch above.)
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He followed up the comments with his 2018 song ‘You Should See Me in a Crown’.
Eilish, 20, performing his first Coachella set in 2019. He is the youngest headliner in the festival’s history, according to Rolling stone.
The award-winning pop star wore an oversized T-shirt with black hair in a ponytail.
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Throughout the set, he spoke to his fans to emphasize the importance of being comfortable and confident.
“You’re not allowed to judge anyone here,” he said.
“I want all of us to feel loose and comfortable in our skin, and like, free, and happy,” she added later. “I want you to imagine that there is nothing bad in the world and only good.”
Eilish, who already has seven Grammys, was joined on stage by several guest stars, including Khalid, Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn and Posdnuos of De La Soul.
Finneas, his brother and longtime collaborator, also joined him for a few songs.
At the end of his 90-minute performance, Eilish again thanked his fans.
“Thanks, Coachella. Sorry I’m not Beyonce,” he said. “I love you Good night.”
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