Billie Eilish Says the Met Gala Made Her Realize ‘Famous People Are Just Literally Nobodies’

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Billie Eilish is known for being very frank with fans. So it’s no surprise that the Gen-Z superstar sings at her first-ever Met Gala experience ⁠—and she doesn’t hold back!

While recently appearing on SiriusXM’s Howard Stern Show, Eilish, who was one of four Generation Z co-chairs at the 2021 Met Gala, has opened up about what the popular fashion outfit might look like for her.

“It’s crazy. Famous people are famous. That’s what it is,” Happier than ever The singer-songwriter said.

Eilish compared attending the star-studded party, with regular guests like Kim Kardashian West, Rihanna, Kendall Jenner and others back to high school.

Co-chair Billie Eilish attends the 2021 Met Gala in America: The Fashion Dictionary at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on September 13, 2021 in New York City.

Co-chair Billie Eilish attends the 2021 Met Gala in America: The Fashion Dictionary at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on September 13, 2021 in New York City.

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Eilish explained, “You know what the main thing that made me think or feel that night was how celebrities aren’t anyone.” I was like, ‘Wow, all these people are just someone in line with you,’ and you think that person is kind of annoying, You really love this person, you get along with this person, and everyone is, like, embarrassed and insecure about what they do and say.”

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Despite this, Eilish still had an unforgettable night. “It was amazing,” she said. “She was beautiful there.”

The star wore the red carpet at the Met Gala in an Oscar de la Renta tulle corset gown – a far cry from her usual grunge style. But the singer-songwriter has made it clear that she’s finally ready to embrace her feminine side.

The time has come, said the singer. Vogue magazine On the red carpet of fashion perils. “It’s about time for that, and I feel like I’ve grown a lot in the past few years.”

Eilish continued, “I’ve always wanted to do this. I was just afraid and didn’t feel comfortable in my own skin and feel like I did eventually.”

To make her first encounter even more of a moment, this year Eilish served as co-chair alongside her adorable colleagues Timothée Chalamet, Naomi Osaka and Amanda Gorman.

when Vogue magazine Confirming in May that Eilish would be the youngest Met Gala co-chair in history, the outlet explained that “her desire to embrace an innovative aesthetic like her music has propelled emerging brands into the spotlight and challenged old rules about how a pop star should dress.”

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