Billie Eilish proved over the weekend she has cemented her status as a Generation Z idol both at home and abroad.

The 17-year-old pop singer-songwriter and Los Angeles native made a surprise appearance at the Leeds Festival at Bramham Park in Yorkshire, England on Sunday, and was greeted by loud cheers from fans. Elish, who broke out as a viral sensation in 2017 with the single “Ocean Eyes,” has since gone on to release songs like “When the Party’s Over,” “Wish You Were Gay” and “Bad Guy,” a song featuring Justin Bieber that just this month hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.

According to Leeds Live, Eilish attended the festival to support the #keepitbinit campaign, which centers on environmental initiatives. The singer was dressed all in bright neon green, including her hair, a bandana around her face and a shirt with the word “Plageround” emblazoned across it.


Eilish has also opened up about her figure and loose, tomboyish and baggy clothing, which she revealed often made her self-conscious about her body image. The revealed earlier this year she struggles with dysmorphia and depression.

On September 28, Eilish will be the musical guest on Saturday Night Live:

Eilish is known for her soft, low voice and for this reason has been compared by some to Lorde. 


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