Billie Eilish is making fans “happier than ever” with her “Saturday Night Live!” hosting debut.
The Grammy Award-winning artist, who served as host and musical guest this week, dressed for the occasion in a puffy candy cane-colored gown and matching socks.
“If you don’t know me from my music, you might know me from my hair or my clothes,” he said in his opening monologue. “So I decided to dress up as Mrs. Claus by going to the club.”
Eilish then revealed the motivation behind her signature aesthetic, which involved baggy and baggy clothing.
“It wasn’t just for comfort or style. It’s hard for me to say, but the real reason I started wearing oversized clothes back then is because it was actually two kids stacked on top of each other trying to sneak in. an R-rated movie, ”he joked.
Although the “Therefore I Am” singer rose to fame as a teenager, she thought of turning 20 next week (“or what the internet calls that, middle age”) and growing up in the spotlight, even if it was sometimes. hard. .
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“In fact, I am very excited to get older because I am only now beginning to understand who I am as a person,” she says. However, “what is scary about growing up in the public eye is that people decide that everything you say, do and look like, is who you are forever.”
However, he cautions that “that’s not fair,” especially for celebrities like Colin Jost.
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“Would you like to be judged for the way you presented yourself when you were 16 years old? Uhh, no. Imagine being the current Colin Jost, and the first thing that comes up when you Google is Colin Jost, 16, “Eilish joked before a photo of a teenage Jost wearing glasses appeared on the screen.
Joking aside, “the point is that it takes time and effort to accept who you really are. You’ll be so happy you did, “he concludes.
This week’s “SNL” marked Eilish’s first host concert. However, the singer was last on the show in 2019, where she apparently walked the walls and ceilings of Studio 8H while performing her hit song “Bad Guy.”
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