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‘Famous People Are Just Literally Nobodies’: Billie Eilish Says Hollywood Is Like High School


Billie Eilish reflected on her appearance at the annual Met Gala this year and talked about how “famous people are just literally nobodies.”


“It’s famous people famous people-ing,” the 19-year-old pop singer shared during her appearance on Sirius XM “The Howard Stern Show.” The comments were noted by Fox Newsin a piece published Wednesday. (RELATED: Ocasio-Cortez Draws Jeers For Showing Up To NYC’s Ritziest Gala In ‘Tax The Rich’ Dress)

“That’s what it is,” she added, comparing Hollywood and show business to being in high school. (RELATED: ‘You’ve Never Seen My Body’: Music Star Billie Eilish Shares Message About Those Who Criticize Her Body)

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“You know what, the main thing that night made me think or feel was how famous people are just like literally nobodies,” the “Bad Guy” hitmaker explained. “Just randos, and it’s so weird.” (RELATED: Billie Eilish Implores Americans To Vote For Joe Biden Because ‘Our Lives And The World Depend On It’)

“And I was like, ‘Wow, all these people are just somebody that’s in class with you,’ and you think this person’s kinda annoying, you really like this person, you get along with this person, and everybody’s just, like, embarrassed and insecure about what they’re doing and saying,” she added.

The superstar singer also admitted that the evening was “amazing” and “beautiful.”

Eilish, who was one of the event’s co-chairs, definitely wowed when she stepped out in a look right out of old Hollywood glamour.


(Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for The Met Museum/Vogue )


She wore a peach-colored Oscar de la Renta gown with a long flowing train. She topped the look with platinum blond hair, jewelry and high heels.

https://dailycaller.com/2021/12/16/famous-people-literally-nobodies-billie-eilish-hollywood-like-high-school/

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