Billie Eilish On Her Long Relationship With The GRAMMY Museum, How Rihanna Shaped Her Fashion Sense & More
On Tuesday, Sept. 17, Billie Eilish stepped back into the GRAMMY Museum for the first time in some years. The 17-year-old pop sensation grew up visiting the Museum's Clive Davis Theatre to watch performances and conversations with major artists like Childish Gambino, Colbie Caillat, Nick Jonas, Tori Kelly and more. But now it was her turn to perform at the theatre. Tons of fans packed the intimate theatre to watch Eilish perform and listen to her conversation with GRAMMY museum Artistic Director Scott Goldman.
Before her epic performance of "bellyache," the singer told the Recording Academy of her memories inside the theatre.
"My whole youth was coming here," she said. "It's super weird that now I'm on the other side. I would never have ever thought it would be this way."
The "Bad Guy" singer also spoke about the inspiration behind her latest video, "All The Good Girls Go To Hell," the goal behind all her videos and how Rihanna has helped her express her fashion sense.
Watch Billie Eilish's interview with GRAMMY.com above.