Billie Eilish looked happy as she jumped into a pool with her clothes on while celebrating the release of her second album, Happier Than Ever.
While partying with many friends and loved ones, the seven-time Grammy winner uploaded a series of swimming and wading images.
“Life is good,” the 19-year-old singer captioned the slideshow, which began with one snap of her cheekily sticking out her tongue and another in a giggle.
Party: Billie Eilish looked blissful as she jumped into a pool in her clothes on while celebrating the release of her album, Happier Than Ever
She could also be seen dancing and spinning in the water with Carly Russ Peterson, Zoe Donahoe, Dora Jar and Amanda Merten.
Eilish was beaming every moment, which many fans pointed out in her comments section.
“She’s so happy I’m literally crying,” wrote one fan, while another gushed that “happiness looks so good on you.”
Smile: While partying with a multitude of pals and loved ones, the seven-time Grammy winner uploaded a series of pictures swimming and wading
“Life is beautiful,” the 19-year-old singer captioned the slideshow, which began with a snap of her cheekily sticking out her tongue and another in a giggle.
Earlier this week, the All I Wanted hitmaker opened up about his struggles with his self-esteem.
Speaking to the Guardian about body image, she said, “I see people online, like I’ve never watched. And immediately I’m like, oh my God, what are they like?
“I know the ins and outs of this industry, and what people actually use in photos, and I actually know that what looks real can be wrong.”
Happy: She could also be seen dancing and spinning in the water with Carly Russ Peterson, Zoe Donahoe, Dora Jar and Amanda Merten
An Unforgettable Night: Eilish was beaming every moment, which many fans pointed out in her comments section
“She’s so happy I’m literally crying,” one fan wrote, while another gushed that “happiness looks so good on you”
The No Time To Die singer added, “Yet I still see it and I go, oh my God, it really hurts. And I mean, I have a lot of confidence in who I am, and I’m very happy with my life… I’m obviously not happy with my body but who is? ‘
When she became a teenage pop star, she wore loose, shapeless clothes and often hid her face behind large sunglasses.
She added to the diary: “When I’m on stage, I have to dissociate myself from the ideas I have about my body. ‘
Billie clarified, “Mainly because I wear clothes that are bigger and easier to move around without showing everything – they can be really unflattering. In the photos, it looks like I don’t even know what.
Making a splash: Eilish couldn’t stop smiling as she swam with friends
Time to party: On Saturday, Billie posted more Instagram photos of herself with her friends at her album launch party and captioned: “This is where real love is.”
The teenage pop actor revealed, “I completely separate the two. Because I have such a terrible relationship with my body, as you wouldn’t believe, so I just have to break up…. ‘
She reflected, “Then you get a paparazzi photo taken as you run out the door and just put on anything, and you didn’t know the photo was taken, and you just look at what. you look like, and everyone says, “Fat! “‘
In his opinion, the subject shouldn’t even be a matter of concern because “we only need bodies to eat, to walk around and to poop. We only need them to survive.
So much fun: Among the guests she posed with were celebrities like Eric Andre
So adorable: She also uploaded several photos of herself hugging her guests, including fellow teenage pop star Olivia Rodrigo
To her thought, “It’s ridiculous that anyone even cares about bodies. Like, why? Why should you care? You know when you really think about it?
She said, “Why do we care about the hair? Why everyone hates body hair so much, but we literally have a huge amount of hair on our heads, and it’s cool and pretty. Like, what’s the difference? ”
Billie added, “I mean, I love the hair and I do crazy things with my hair. I’m as guilty as everyone else. But it’s so weird. If you think about it carefully, you go crazy.
During the interview, she shared her opinion with “people who promote unattainable bodily standards” by not being candid about their plastic surgery.
“It’s great to work – do this, do that, do what makes you happy,” the singer said.
Honest: Earlier this week hitmaker All I Wanted To Talk About Wrestling With His Body Image
‘It’s just when you deny it and say, “Oh, I figured it out on my own, and if you tried harder you might get it.” It literally pisses me off. It’s so bad for young women – and boys too – to see this. ‘
Some of her views on body image date back to her childhood when she discussed the subject with her father Patrick O’Connell.
“Ever since I was a kid my dad and I have always talked about a certain type of person who is so insecure, or hyperconscious and embarrassed about herself, that she never moves in a way. strange, or never makes a face, because she always wants to look good, she said.
“I noticed it, and it makes me so sad. If you always hold yourself a certain way, walk a certain way and always have your hair just that way…. It’s such a waste trying to always look good. It is such a loss of joy and freedom in your body.
Then and Now: When she became a teenage pop star, she wore loose, shapeless clothes; photographed in January 2021