Billie Eilish Will Make Her Daytime Television Debut on Ellen

Darkroom/Interscope Records artist Billie Eilish has announced she will be making her daytime television debut, performing ‘you should see me in a crown’ live on The Ellen Degeneres Show on Wednesday, October 10. The appearance comes just 10-days before her highly anticipated SOLD OUT1 BY 1 North American tour commences in Oakland, California.

In other news, the 16-year-old has also released the official music video for her song ‘hostage,’ taken from her debut EP ‘dont smile at me.’ The stunning visual was a unique collaboration between Billie EilishStromae, Luc Junior Tam (aka Mosaert) and Henry Scholfield (Dua Lipa: New Rules, Stromae: Tous Les Memes), and is available for the first time today on YouTube. Talking about the collaboration, Eilish elaborates “It was a dream for me to get to work with everyone involved. I was a big fan of Stromae and I was blown away with the treatment and vision he, his brother, Luc Junior Tam (collectively known as Mosaert) and Henry had for this song, which perfectly matched the thoughts behind the lyrics.”

Stream her debut EP > iTunes | Apple Music | Spotify | Google Play | Amazon

Billie’s debut EP ‘dont smile at me’ has now amassed more than 1.5 billion combined streams worldwide, with tracks from the EP continuing to reach GOLD and PLATINUM status across the globe. “ocean eyes” is now certified RIAA PLATINUM while “bellyache,” “idontwanttobeyouanymore” and her collaboration with Khalid titled “lovely” are all now officially certified RIAA GOLD in North America.





Credit: High Rise PR

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