Billie Eilish answered questions from Justin Bieber, Spice Girls’ Mel C and Kill Eve star Jodie Comer – watch the video below.
The pop star was interviewed by 23 famous fans in a video for British Vogue as part of the publication’s recent cover interview, which came out shortly after Eilish announced her second album “Happier Than Ever” (released July 30).
A vintage television displaying the title card “Billie Eilish in … Ask A Legend” plays video messages from celebrities, starting with Missy Elliott. Next is Bieber, who asks a “really, really serious question: do you prefer cool socks or cool sheets?”
In response, Eilish said, “Oh my god, can’t I have them both Justin?” It really depends on the situation. I really don’t want to sleep in dirty sheets, and I really don’t want to put on dirty socks, you know?
Later, actor Jodie Comer asks the star what her “karaoke song” was. “I really like him – I feel more empowered when I sing his songs,” she replies. “Or Chief Keef, to be honest.
After praising Eilish’s songwriting abilities, Stormzy asks how she goes about writing the tracks before Arlo Parks asks, “What comes to my mind when I say the word “joy”? “
“Honestly, doing shows is really what makes me happy. To be on stage in front of thousands of people is just amazing, ”she replies.
Eilish, who thought the Spice Girls were an invented band, is then asked by Mel C – aka Sporty Spice – about the “big moment” in her career so far.
“A moment that I feel changed me… there have been so many,” she says, later citing her Grammy wins and Oscar performance as highlights.
Also featured in the video are characters like Dominic Fike, Orlando Bloom, Halle Berry, Tim Burton and more.
Billie Eilish’s second album “ Happier Than Ever ” will feature 16 songs, including the singles “ Your Power ”, “ Therefore I am ” and “ My Future ” as well as “ Everybody Dies ” , “ I Didn’t Change My Number ”, “ Cause perdue ” and “ NDA ”.
According to a press release, the upcoming collection was written by Eilish alongside her brother and collaborator Finneas – who also produced the LP in Los Angeles. He adds that the project does not include any contribution from songwriters or outside producers.