Billie Eilish is looked up to by numerous people. She has never shied away from condemning what she feels bad about. She has been vehement in her attack on body shamers. And in a recent interview with The Sunday Times, she criticized the Texas shooting and the recent changes in Texas abortion laws. But this wasn’t the only thing in the interview. The Bad Guy singer admitted that she wants to be a mom.
Billie Eilish wants to be a mom
The 20-year-old singer admitted in the interview that she would “rather die” than not have kids.
She notes that she “dreads” the idea of having a kid, but admits that it would do little to change her mind and that she still “needs them.” Eilish even gave an insight into how she thinks she’ll deal with the problems a mother faces. She added, “The older I get, the more I experience things, I just think, what am I going to do when my kid thinks that this is the right thing to do and I’m, like, no, it’s not! And they won’t listen to me.”
Billie Eilish is mentally ready to be a mom
Eilish has said that she has reached a point in her life where she feels “far more solid in who I am.”
Her renewed confidence is helping her a lot and she “feels like I’ll be capable of being as masculine as I want and as feminine as I want to now.”
Billie Eilish may only be 20, but she’s already thinking about her future, and she knows it will involve kids. “[I would] rather die [than not have kids],” she tells the "Sunday Times Magazine." “I need them.”https://t.co/7mHb8ixZgN
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Vocal as always
But the candid discussion about her personal life did not mean that she would ignore all the serious developments that happened in the country within the last year. She criticized the Texas school shooting, saying, “You go to school and be prepared for a life-changing traumatic experience or dying. What? Where is the logic there?”
She also released a new acoustic ballad called “TV“. It will depict how fame affects a person’s life and the effects of fame. It references several high-profile pop culture events from the controversial Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial to the likely SCOTUS overturn of Roe v. Wade.
She added, “The internet’s gone wild watching movie stars on trial.” This could be considered a possible reference to the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial, which was followed by several people.