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Billie Eilish: “I feel more like a woman

Billie Eilish in a completely new role: the 19-year-old graces the cover of the British “Vogue” – in 50s pin-up style with corsage and latex skirt and platinum blonde mane reminiscent of Marilyn Monroe. What does that do to the singer, who otherwise appears so completely different in terms of style?

Oversized clothes, hardly any skin, colorful styles and the obtrusive display of labels and designer lettering – that’s how millions of fans know and adore singer Billie Eilish. The 19-year-old loves to set herself apart from the filtered Insta-reality, she likes to escape any fashion dictates. So Billie Eilish’s big appearance in the British edition of Vogue was all the more sensational!

Billie Eilish: "I can do whatever I want"

It’s all about what makes you feel good", the magazine describes the big cover story with Eilish – a story for which the 19-year-old has taken on a completely different role than the one usually attributed to her. "If you are all about body positivity, why are you wearing a corset? Why do you show your body as it is?" Eilish is then asked the question. Her clear answer: "I can do whatever I want."

It should always just be about feeling good, Billie EIlish stresses: "If you want a beauty makeover, get it done. If you want to wear an outfit that someone says you’ll look unflattering in, f**k it – if you think you’ll look good in it, you’ll look good in it."

She already dyed her dark hair with toxic green roots blond a few weeks ago, and it took her four treatments to get rid of any dark pigment. The new hair color has done something with her: "I somehow feel more like a woman", quotes the "Vogue" Billie Eilish.

No less than four photos from the Vogue shoot Billie Eilish posted on her Instagram channel, which is followed by an incredible 83.3 million people, fans showed their enthusiasm. And they can be doubly happy, because at the end of July Eilish’s new album "Happier Than Ever" comes on the market – she used the Corona time to work creatively and write new songs, she revealed in an interview with Vogue: "It’s crazy, but I’ve grown incredibly, my voice has become much better. I think change is one of the greatest gifts there is in this world;