Billie Eilish learns that she can’t management the whole lot | leisure
Billie Eilish has realized that she cannot control everything in her career.
The 19-year-old singer admitted that she used to want to tackle every part of her career on her own, but has recently realized that letting others help you isn’t always bad.
Billie was referring specifically to the animation work for her upcoming film, “Happier than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles,” as she said she would have loved to be on the project herself, but knew there are people out there who are more qualified to do it Task.
Speaking to the ‘Spout’ podcast, she said, “I think what we should all do is say, ‘I’ll be honest with you, that’s not my thing.’ You know, even if I want to do this because I want to say that I am capable of it, but I’m still learning. I just want to watch a little more.
“I’m the same, I want everything to be very, very specific, cut wisely and just shots and color and everything, and for this I kind of thought, you know what? ? It’s okay, I’ll hand it over to you. I trust you.”
The ‘Everything I Wanted’ singer can now cope with being alone more often, as she said that she likes “autonomy” but has many “strange, irrational fears” and therefore prefers to be much closer to her parents .
She recently said, “I really don’t like being alone. I like anonymity or autonomy, but I get really freaked out when I’m alone. I hate it. I have a lot of stalkers and I have people.” who want to harm me, and I also freaked out from the dark and what’s under beds and couches. I have a lot of strange, irrational fears. So I’m still with my parents a lot. I just love my parents and I really like it here. “
However, Billie admitted that she can get angry at her family and finds that horse riding really helps relieve stress.
Regarding her handling of her anger, she added: “I’m a rider and that gives a lot of adrenaline and takes a lot of strength, and it’s exhausting. It’s a great stress reliever for me. I was less.” angry and emotional since I started again. My family, my god, makes me so angry. Oh, my family is like everyone else’s. There is anger – and love, so it kind of balances out. “