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Billie Eilish Joked About All the Wardrobe Malfunctions That Happened On "Lost Cause"

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The SKIMS may have stolen the show, but Billie Eilish's latest TikTok clip showed some insight into the process of filming her pajama-clad, sleepover-themed "Lost Cause" music video. While the oversized camel T-shirt and backward baseball cap seemed innocent enough, Eilish revealed that she had a few wardrobe malfunctions when she opted for a silky camisole blouse during other parts of the video.

Eilish's behind-the-scenes TikTok used emoji to cover her chest when her breasts got exposed during a dance sequence. "Titties was falling out," she captioned the video, which also used other emoji to make things more rated G. It happened more than once, which explained the caption "titties falling out again," though not every slip-up was drastic enough to require censorship.

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The clothes weren't the only thing that Eilish couldn't get a handle on. Her video also revealed that she forgot the dance moves during part of the production (labeled "forgot the choreo") and that her shorts were occasionally just a little too short for comfort (she captioned that part "not showing u this").

Billie Eilish Lost Cause
Billie Eilish Lost Cause

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Up until recently, fans and listeners probably associated the singer with baggy clothes and over-the-top Gucci logos, but Eilish shocked the world when she appeared on a magazine cover in a Burberry corset, showing off more skin than she ever had before. Previously, she had said that her look was to counter the possibility of body-shaming, though it seems that her new era includes more self-love and less caring about what anyone else has to say about the way she looks.

"Showing your body and showing your skin — or not — should not take any respect away from you," Eilish said in an interview with British Vogue.