- Billie Eilish recently participated in a Q&A session with some fans.
- She revealed that she has a pet spider.
- Billie invited a fan in the audience to come over and play with it.
It's clear Billie Eilish isn't afraid to go for it. If you've seen her music videos, then you know Billie's good at delivering moments that are cringe-worthy, but so good that you can't look away. At least that's how I felt the first time I watched the "You Should See Me in a Crown" music video. In the video, Billie has spiders crawling all over her, even into her mouth. That wasn't the first time Billie got up-close and personal with a spider, though. A weeks prior to releasing her spider-filled music video, Billie made a tour announcement on Instagram using a video where a tarantula crawls out of her mouth and then back into it. Yikes.
But Billie doesn't only use spiders for stunts, she really does have an affinity for them. She likes spiders so much, she has a tarantula as a pet. Billie recently participated in a public interview session with her brother Finneas at the Grammy Museum in LA.
During the Q&A session Billie Eilish got into a lot of topics, but at one point the moderator asked her how she made the "You Should See Me in a Crown" music video. "I said, ‘I want to make a video where a spider crawls in my mouth. Find someone.’ And they found someone… Turns out spiders really like being in dark, wet places. It’s weird, man, but it rolls. Even if you hate it, you gotta respect that it’s different. It’s weird, though. I apologize," Billie about making the video.
Later during the fan Q&A session, Billie also revealed that she actually owns a pet tarantula and even invited a fan to go see it herself. "I have a pet tarantula. You should come over and see him. He’s blue, and he’s very cute. They’re fun. They’re not gonna hurt you. They’re cool. They have personalities," Billie told the girl.
Billie recently participated in an Instagram live session, where you can clearly see a spider crawling on her, so it's likely that it could be the pet she's referring to.
Forget cats and dogs, spiders might be the new wave. Shoutout to Billie for letting us know tarantulas make good pets.
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