She directed it, too.
She directed it, too.
In this episode of New in the Q, Alexa Ray Joel shares a few things she's been obsessed with during quarantine.
The Grammy-winning singer tells stories about her life in her new audiobook, including her breakneck rise to stardom at age 13.
The "Your Power" singer explains her passion for "being on camera" in her new audiobook, "Billie Eilish: In Her Own Words."
She also showed off new dance moves in a cat suit.
A video analysis of how Gen Z prodigy Billie Eilish blends ASMR into her music to create a radically different brand of pop.
The "Montero (Call Me by Your Name)" rapper opened up about feeling jealous toward the "Your Power" singer after she beat him at the 2020 awards show.
In today’s digital world, you can sample any hair color you want with the swipe of a finger and the overlay of an Instagram or Snapchat filter. The virtual try-on can give you an idea of what you’d look like with platinum-blonde hair — and maybe even convince you to bleach it for real. This actually happened to Billie Eilish who says she decided to bleach her hair after a fan photoshopped blonde over her neon-green roots. “I had been wanting it blonde for awhile,” Eilish told Ellen DeGeneres in a recent interview. “But I saw a fan edit: It was me with whatever hair color I had, and they just edited blonde hair on me and I was like, ‘Ah, it’s so sick; I want it.'” Of course, Eilish was also quick to note that taking her hair from black and green to platinum was no small feat, and took about six weeks from start to finish. “It was a lot,” Eilish explained of the incremental coloring process, which ensured that her hair didn’t break off from bleach damage. “We started in January, I think January 16th was the first day. Then it was like two weeks of nothing — healing, letting my hair take it in, digest, and recover. Then again, and two more weeks. And then again. Oh my God, it took a long time.” Today on Ellen, Eilish’s fresh blonde hair looks bright and healthy, but she’s honest about the occasional breakage. “I gotta say, it’s been falling out when I brush it…for years,” she admits, which to anyone who has ever colored their hair, is pretty relatable. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?3 Hair Color Trends On The Rise For Summer 2021TikTok's Messy Bun Hack Is Easy To NailTennessee Votes To Pass The CROWN Act
Eilish is clearly thriving in this new era, so let her be.
"I don't know what came over me," she says.
One shopper claims it made him 'feel like a wizard.'
Some Broadway stars, a hit singer, and Derek Hough walk into an auditorium...
Can't stop, won't stop.
Apparently they've "never seen her like this before!"
The beach is going to be popping this season.
The young star is frightened by the level of interest in her looks.
The singer-turned-actress gets candid about her acting debut.
After Joshua Bassett praised Harry Styles during a viral interview this week, he posted on Instagram that it’s okay to take time to figure out your sexuality. According to posts on Instagram and Twitter on Wednesday, the High School Musical: The Musical: The Series star says that he was “shamed” for his identity for a long time, but grateful for those who “stand for love and acceptance.” “It’s 2021. we are the generation of love & growth, it’s time we start acting like it,” Bassett wrote. “Love who you love shamelessly. it’s ok to still be figuring out who you are.” He added a string of rainbow emojis and paired the statement with a video of himself singing an unreleased song. “The time for change is now,” he sings at one point. “It’s my life. It’s my life to live.” View this post on Instagram A post shared by Joshua Bassett (@joshuatbassett) Bassett, an actor and musician, is best known for his starring role in Disney’s High School Musical: The Musical: The Series and rumored involvement in the “drivers license” saga that launched a thousand TikToks and an SNL sketch. He was the subject of a firestorm of speculation on Monday after Clevver News shared a five-minute video of him answering fan questions. In one, he was asked to detail what he admired about Styles, an artist he’s described more than once as his dream collaborator. “What I admire about Harry Styles is that he’s a very classy man, and he’s very well-rounded. He’s just cool. Who doesn’t think Harry Styles is cool?” Bassett said. “Also, he’s hot, you know? He’s very charming, too. Lots of things. I guess this is also my coming out video.” The video received 2 million views, after which Bassett shared his own posts about his sexuality. Bassett has expressed his admiration for Styles many times. “I’m spending whatever it takes to see Harry Styles live,” he told Billboard in May 2020. “I probably know his lyrics better than his main demographic, and I’m proud of it.” In December 2019, he described himself as a “huge fan of Harry Styles,” and told the website BriefTake that it would be his “dream” to someday open for him. “life’s too short to let ignorance and hatred win,” Bassett wrote at the end of his statement. “i choose love.” Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Olivia Rodrigo Outed A Secret Glossier LaunchHigh School Musical: The Musical Show S2 TrailerOlivia Rodrigo Releases "deja vu" Music Video
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Everything's super soft, just FYI.
The singer-songwriter-pianist shares the products that have been making her sing during the pandemic.