American singer Billie Eilish made headlines as her documentary film Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry has been released today.
Eilish appeared on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday. She talked about her Apple TV+ documentary. She said that it’s a good “sliver” of the past three years.
“You’re seeing a sliver of my life at that time,” the teenage singer said. “It’s not all that was going on. There’s a ton that isn’t in there. It’s pretty much me.”
“And it’s kind of a huge bummer because I was super annoying then,” she added. “It’s rough. It’s hard for me to watch.”
Billie Eilish also said that it took five hours to watch the documentary’s first cut as she kept pausing it. She added that she was happy with how everything turned out.
“As human beings, we tend to feel pretty irrelevant all the time. And even though it was very invasive and a lot at some point, and sometimes I just was like, ‘You gotta go,’ it was fun to have people that are literally there just to watch you live your life because there’s nothing like that,” Eilish said.
“It’s a weird way to live, but it was also fun and they were really respectful,” she added.
“It’s not easy to be accessible to everyone, especially because there are some creeps out there so you want to be accessible to the good ones, but how are you going to be accessible if you’re not accessible to the bad ones?” she said. “You can’t have a bad moment. Doesn’t matter what you’re feeling because it’s their best moment.”
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