Contemporary off her Grammys triumph, Billie Eilish is embracing a surprising new look.
The singer-songwriter, who is understood for her multihued tresses, on Wednesday confirmed off a shaggy, platinum blond coiffure.
“Pinch me,” she wrote on Instagram, alongside a photograph unveiling the makeover.
Eilish’s followers signaled their approval, and by Wednesday afternoon, the picture had obtained greater than 12 million likes.
In the meantime, Los Angeles-based hairstylist Lissa Renn gave viewers an up-close, behind-the-scenes glimpse of the look in progress.
It’s unclear what prompted Eilish to refresh her type, however many have speculated that she could have new music arriving quickly.
Talking to Stephen Colbert final month, the 19-year-old stated she’s spent a lot of the previous 12 months within the studio after the COVID-19 pandemic pressured her to cancel her 2020 tour after simply three performances.
“I don’t assume I might’ve made the identical album, and even the album in any respect, if it weren’t for COVID,” she stated. “That doesn’t imply it’s about COVID in any respect. It’s simply that, when issues are totally different in your life, you’re totally different. That’s simply how it’s. So I’ve to thank COVID for that, and that’s about it.”
The hair revamp arrived three days after Eilish and her brother Finneas picked up two Grammy Awards, together with Document of the Yr for the second 12 months in a row.
In a second that drew comparisons to Adele’s reverence for Beyoncé on the 2017 Grammys, the singer stated her shock win for “Every little thing I Needed” was “actually embarrassing” in her acceptance speech, and proclaimed Megan Thee Stallion to be extra deserving.
“Megan, woman … I used to be gonna write a speech about the way you deserve this however then I used to be like, ‘There’s no means they’re going to decide on me,’” Eilish stated. “You’re a queen. I wish to cry eager about how a lot I like you. You might be so lovely. You might be so proficient. You deserve all the things on the planet. I take into consideration you always. I root for you at all times. You deserve it, actually.”
CORRECTION: The unique model of this text incorrectly listed Eilish’s track as “All I Ever Needed.” It has since been corrected.
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