Singer Billie Eilish is known for her baggy clothes. She wears it because she's afraid of being judged for her body … and she should be right.
Singer Billie Eilish is only 18 years old. And already an absolute superstar. In addition to her unique voice, the American singer-songwriter is best known for her XXL baggy outfits (HERE at the 2020 Oscars). In previous interviews, she also revealed why she always wears such wide outfits - the reason is not necessarily stylish - but rather sad self-protection. These are some of the things Billie Eilish said in a nutshell:
“I don't want the world to know everything about me. That's why I wear loose and fancy clothes. "" Nobody can form an opinion that way, because they can't see what's under their clothes. "" Nobody can just say things like, 'Oh, she's slim, she is not slim, she's flat, she has a flat ass, she has a fat ass!"
Billie Eilish simply doesn't want to be judged for her body - and that's why he's hiding it from the world. With that, Billie Eilish started a debate. A debate about how much women are still judged by their bodies. A debate about how much women are exposed to bodyshaming.
And unfortunately their fears were justified by God. Now a paparazzi photo of the singer appeared in which, for once, she wears a tight tank top and short shorts. The sexist and contemptuous comments were not long in coming …
But before the Twitter troll army came up with all its guns, the Internet jumped into the thrashing. The tweet above got over 5,000 likes, while the "Are you serious" comments garnered thousands upon thousands
Billie Eilish has the most common and not at all unhealthy body. its not her fault there is an unrealistic beauty standard out there that dictates you need to be size 4 or less. She makes music. Her body has nothing to do with the angelic voice she has.
To be honest, shaming an 18 year old for her body, making fun of showing more skin than usual, is simply wrong. Bodyshaming does nothing other than maintain the circle of toxic beauty standards. Well yes … self-confidence and self-esteem also suffer - but at what price? We're so tired of all the hatred. And luckily we are now in the majority!
By the way:Even Billie Eilish spoke up after the real love storm and posted a video in her Instagram Stories, in which she smiled and posted some of her fans' defense videos.