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Billie Eilish dishes out some advice for people who want to dress up as her for Halloween


The singer has made waves with her quirky style (Picture: Rex Features)

Billie Eilish is pretty bemused by the notion that people want to dress up as her for Halloween but she’s generously given some costume advice to those planning to impersonate her. 

Speaking to TMZ the American pop singer acknowledged there are infinite options for her fans to choose from when assembling a costume for October 31.

The Bad Guy singer is somewhat of fashion icon with her unapologetic and unconventional style including wacky sunnies and baggy brightly-coloured clothing.

Asked what would be the best outfit to replicate, she said ‘I think that’s up to whoever wants to do it.’

Billie doesn’t follow trends when it comes to fashion (Picture: PA)

While Billie was coy to suggest how fans should dress she seemed to have a clearer idea of what she was going to do to celebrate the spookiest night of the year.

‘I might put on some mask and pretend not to be me,’ she said.

‘I haven’t been home for Halloween in a very long time, in like many years.’

She added that she was ‘very excited’ about going home for the holiday and she ‘might just’ go trick or treat.

The 17-year-old hitmaker has been very busy travelling this year for her When We All Fall Asleep World Tour.

In an ad for Calvin Klein Billie opened about about the rationale behind wearing baggy clothes, explaining it was to avoid being part of the way society objectifies women’s bodies.

“I never want the world to know everything about me. That’s why I wear baggy clothes,’ she says in the ad. ‘Nobody can have an opinion because they haven’t seen what’s underneath.

‘Nobody can be like, “she’s slim-thick,” “she’s not slim-thick,” “she’s got a flat ass,” “she’s got a fat ass.” No one can say any of that because they don’t know.’



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