ItsNotYouItsMe Blog: Dig Out Billie Eilish’s Gravity Inducing SNL Performance Of "Bad Guy" And Her Ethereal Tune "I Love You"

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Dig Out Billie Eilish’s Gravity Inducing SNL Performance Of "Bad Guy" And Her Ethereal Tune "I Love You"

Pop juggernaut Billie Eilish stomped and splashed onto thee Saturday Night Live musical stage making her debut as the musical guest. Appearing alongside Woody Harrelson as host, Season 45 premiere at a saucy stellar level.

Having a box made to look like Grand Central Station in New York theme, Billie showcased a gravity-defying performance of her classic hit “Bad Guy.”

Walking on the walls and then on the ceiling, Eilish returned followed her second performance with quite an opposite effect. to the stage with With her brother Finneas the darling duo strutted our preferred ballad of her album thee perfectly  haunting “I Love You.”

An acoustic guitar and immaculate harmonies with Finneas is all Billie needed in order to deliver a "moment" like performance.  A starry night motif served as thee backdrop, scope out the stellar masterpieces right below!

ALSO! There's a plus one. Dig out Billie on Howard Stern live!

"Billie Eilish admitted to Howard Stern that she assumed fans would hate two of her biggest singles, the trap-pop hit “Bad Guy” and airy ballad “When the Party’s Over.” “I don’t know what people want anymore,” she said on The Howard Stern Show. “Because I thought that everyone would hate ‘Bad Guy’ and that everyone would hate ‘When the Party’s Over.’ I don’t know what to expect now.”

Eilish also told Stern she has mixed feelings about becoming famous at such a young age. “Because it happened when I was 13, there’s a part of me that feels I did miss being a teenager, like I didn’t get to be a [normal] teenager,” she said. “I get more and more grateful for it happening that young because I feel like, if it had happened later, people would be able to dig up dirt from when I was that age. If this hadn’t happened at that age, I would have been doing some reckless shit.”

The vocalist appeared with Finneas, her brother and songwriting-producing partner, on the show. Together, at Stern’s request, they improvised a jazzy piano ballad (with lyrics about sleep paralysis) and performed an acoustic version of “All the Good Girls Go to Hell.”

The latter song, along with “Bad Guy” and “When the Party’s Over,” appear on Eilish’s recent debut LP, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, along with the singles “You Should See Me in a Crown,” “Bury a Friend” and “Wish You Were Gay.”

Eilish and Finneas recently performed “Bad Guy” and “I Love You” on Saturday Night Live. The singer will promote her new album on the 2020 Where Do We Go? world arena tour, which kicks off March 9th in Miami, Florida."

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