Billie Eilish reveals she paid $35 for CEREAL (but did not realize she had actually bought 70 boxes until later): ‘I didn’t know that that’s expensive’
She is a multi-millionaire at age 19, but Billie Eilish is still learning how to spend her money.
The singing sensation revealed she recently paid $35 for cereal – but didn’t realize until after the fact just how expensive the purchase actually was.
‘I don’t know what things cost because I’ve never been an adult before,’ she told March issue of Vanity Fair. ‘And, you know, I grew up with no money.’
‘I didn’t know that that’s expensive’: Billie Eilish revealed she spent $35 for cereal during an interview with the March issue of Vanity Fair
‘It’s a really weird position I’m in. I feel kind of stupid because I’m like, I don’t know how much Froot Loops are. I tried to order one box of Froot Loops and I was like, Oh yeah, sure. It’s $35. I didn’t know that that’s expensive.’
Turns out Billie had accidentally ordered 70 small boxes of Froot Loops cereal, further illustrating the high cost.
Billie appears on the March cover of the fashion magazine, channeling a 60s style icon with her large gold rim frames and patterned, gloved coat.
The songstress peers contemplatively towards the camera with her neon-green tint hair tucked into the turtleneck of her top.
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Edgy: The accompanying photo combines Billie’s love of baggy clothing with high style
The accompanying photo combines Billie’s love of baggy clothing with high style.
The bad guy singer wore a loose, black embellished top, matching sweats, and a sparkling sheer skirt.
She appears to wear sheer yet bedazzled gloves over her claw-like nails.
Another snap captures Billie lounging lazily in a dazzling silver top and matching shorts with her metallic nails on display.
All that glitters: Eilish worked a dazzling silver top and shorts as she sat lazily upon the ground
The music icon is an open book in the magazine as she reflects on her life not just as an entertainer, but also as the challenges she has faced in the public eye.
Billie addressed being body shamed after she was spotted wearing an casual outfit last year.
Despite being trolled online over her physique, Billie is grateful it occurred now rather than a few years ago when she was truly struggling with her body image.
‘I think that the people around me were more worried about it than I was, because the reason I used to cut myself was because of my body. To be quite honest with you, I only started wearing baggy clothes because of my body,’ she said.
Candid: The music icon is an open book in the magazine as she reflects on her life not just as an entertainer, but also as the challenges she has faced in her personal life (pictured 2019)
‘I was really, really glad though, mainly, that I’m in this place in my life, because if that had happened three years ago, when I was in the midst of my horrible body relationship—or dancing a ton, five years ago, I wasn’t really eating. I was, like, starving myself.’
The singer was in disbelief remembering how she once took a diet pill at age 12.
‘I remember taking a pill that told me that it would make me lose weight and it only made me pee the bed—when I was 12. It’s just crazy. I can’t even believe, like I—wow. Yeah. I thought that I would be the only one dealing with my hatred for my body, but I guess the internet also hates my body. So that’s great.’
Billie has also been active politically, having urged fans to vote ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
She has made no secret of her distaste for former president, Donald Trump, recalling how she set off fireworks upon learning Joe Biden had been elected.
‘I lit the b*tches,’ she said.
The March issue of Vanity Fair is available via digital download and on newsstands Friday 29th January
Music maker: Billie is a multi-millionaire with numerous Grammy wins under her belt
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