Billie Eilish premiered her documentary Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry with a live performance and personal conversation on Thursday.

Viewers were able to stream the premiere event for free through the Apple TV and Apple Music apps, or on Eilish’s YouTube channel.

The premiere featured Eilish driving her matte black Dodge Challenger “Dragon” around her hometown of L.A. at dusk.

“L.A. really just formed who I was, having everything right at my hands. I mean, it still took work and stuff, but I think it helped a lot,” Eilish told Zane Lowe during the interview portion of the premiere. “And L.A. is just beautiful and home to me. I’ve never lived anywhere else.”

The singer performed the song “ilomilo” with her brother Finneas and the L.A. skyline as a backdrop.

Eilish did an interview with Lowe, talking about balancing adolescent life with building her music career. She also discussed the making of the documentary.

“We just went through all of my songs and just looked through and saw if there was anything or if it sparked an idea,” she said. “And The World’s a Little Blurry, it kind of felt like it encapsuled (sic) the film in a way and the time of my life that the film took place, of just crazy things happening while I was also going through puberty and learning about being a teenager and fame.”

Eilish also talked about her fans and the amazing experiences she’s had with them.

“Something I’ve loved so much in this whole process… is the fact that I’ve literally grown up with my fans. We’ve grown up together,” she said.

Directed by R.J. Cutler, the film follows Eilish as she navigates her rise to stardom while trying to balance being a normal teenager all while writing and debuting her album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” The film is available now on Apple TV+.

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