Billie Eilish is a woman of many hidden talents it seems after surprising fans with her twerking skills.
The Bad Guy singer shared a behind-the-scenes clip of her having fun while shooting the music video for her new single Therefore I Am, which was filmed at Glendale Galleria mall.
‘SWIPE FOR TIA BEHIND THE SCENES LOLLLLLL?? empty mall at 4 am? u see us doing the try not to dance challenge and faaaaaaailing. this shoot was so chaotic LMFAO we had so much fun,’ she captioned the post.
At one point during the 4am shoot, Billie and her choreographer attempted the ‘try not to dance challenge’ that has been going viral on TikTok. They pretty much failed with Billie pulling small dance moves and messing around with her dance partner.
However the singer really came alive when Blac Youngsta’s song Booty came on, giving her the opportunity to show off her full range of twerking skills which received the thumbs up from her followers.
‘YOU DID NOT JUST TWERK IM SCREAMING,’ one follower commented.
Sharing a similar reaction, another stated: ‘BILLIE TWERKING- I NEVER KNEW HOW MUCH I NEEDED THIS.’
Another quipped: ‘It’s more seasoned than I expected. I’ll allow this to pass.’
‘Billie is and will forever be invited to the cookout. Period,’ one follower joked.
Therefore I Am follows on from Billie’s most recent track My Future, released in July, and signals the singer’s new chapter following the storming success of her debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
The 18-year-old spoke to Zane Lowe on his Apple Music show last week about the direction of her new music and admitted she started to feel like a ‘parody’ of herself.
She explained: ‘I love When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? but at the same time I am so young.
‘I hear it and all I hear is just like a baby voice. I don’t know. It’s weird. I just feel like the new stuff that we’re making is so … It’s just weird how much you grow in two years.’
The Ocean Eyes singer went on to explain how she felt ‘very trapped’ in her own ‘facade’ and still experiences that feeling ‘occasionally’.
She added: ‘I kept feeling like … What’s the word? Inauthentic. Yeah, inauthentic version of myself, because I felt like I was being myself too much.’
Credit: Original article published here.