Billie Eilish took to social media today to announce her upcoming song, "my future," set for a July 30 release. Details on the song are slim, but it follows the February release of "No Time To Die," her song from the forthcoming James Bond film of the same title — which, like Eilish's 2020 world […]
Billie Eilish proved once again she's a Britney Spears fan by recalling how excited she was when the 38-year-old singer danced to her hits.
Billie Eilish has fans speculating after appearing to suddenly unfollow everyone on her Instagram account.
"Society gives you privilege just for being white," Billie Eilish wrote in a passionate social media post.
When Billie Eilish opened her 2020 world tour in Miami on March 9, she debuted a short film clapping back at all the world's constant opinions regarding her body and her wardrobe choices. And now, she's finally shared the film with everyone. Meant to be played before "All The Good Girls…
Billie Eilish and her family have been granted a restraining order after a fan got too close to comfort. Get the details on the Grammy winner's legal situation.
Bono celebrated his 60th birthday Sunday by posting a playlist of what he described as "60 Songs That Saved My Life," with the promise to write a "fan letter" to all 60 artists. He posted the first six of these 60 mash notes on the U2 website, kicking off with his praise for Billie Eilish, […]
"That dance studio really kind of deserves all the credit for the beginning of this career journey," Eilish said of Revolution Dance Center during her live-streamed concert for Verizon's "Pay It Forward Live."
"I do think that when [Generation Z] are in power, we have a chance at survival. But we have to take actions sooner than that, because it's actually quite dire."
"Pay It Forward Live" continues Wednesday, April 22 with a performance by the Grammy-winning sibling duo direct from their home at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT to support small businesses affected by COVID-19.
Pitt had a brief, but memorable, cameo on the latest edition of John Krasinski’s YouTube series, "Some Good News."
Actor and director John Krasinski hosted a star-studded prom for students who are missing their proms because of the coronavirus.
The singer known for her baggy outfits says she saw comments like, "I don’t like her any more because as soon as she turns 18 she’s a w***e."
The music live-streams that Global Citizen has been webcasting on a daily basis to promote World Health Organization initiatives during the coronavirus pandemic now have a considerably more spectacular outgrowth. The two organizations have announced "One World: Together at Home," a global special that will be seen and heard across major broadcast and cable networks […]
Billie Joe Armstrong, Alicia Keys and more to record at-home performances for hour-long, commercial-free broadcast
James Corden is to present a primetime Late Late Show special after production on the CBS talkshow was shut down earlier this month due to the coronavirus crisis. The entertainer is hosting Homefest: James Corden’s Late Late Show Special on Monday March 30 at 10pm. It will feature the Brit in his garage, chatting with […]
Institution, which shut down due to coronavirus worries, also featuring galleries and content from its exhibitions
As expected, Justin Bieber cruised to the top of the Rolling Stone albums chart with "Changes," his first album in more than four years. The new set bowed with 232,700 album units. New releases counted for four of the week's top 10 albums, with A Boogie wit da Hoodie and Tame Impala coming in in […]
Billie Eilish performed the new James Bond film title track, No Time To Die, live for the first time at the Brit Awards.The 18-year-old was joined on stage by her brother and co-writer, Finneas O’Connell, as well as Hans Zimmer and The Smiths’ Johnny Marr.
The 18-year-old singer and brother Finneas are speaking out about the damage online insults can do.
Eilish is known for her signature whisper, not Bassey-esque brassiness, but on "No Time to Die," her voice soars to new heights.
The absence of "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" actor Luke Perry from the "In Memoriam" segment at the 2020 Oscars outraged many on social media.