January 28, 2023

Billie Eilish shared a series of racy bedroom snaps on her social media on Tuesday night.

The 21-year-old singer-songwriter posted photos of herself in a black negligee with a very revealing neckline on Instagram.

Her post came just a few days after revealing that she struggled with body confidence issues throughout her teenage years.

Bedroom shoot: Billie Eilish shared a series of racy snaps on her social media on Tuesday night

In the photos she shared, Eilish hung out in her bedroom with several chunky necklaces wrapped around her neck.

Her black hair brushed her chest and her bangs touched the tops of her big blue eyes.

The Happier Than Ever singer’s cheeks had a rosy glow and her freckles stood out against her alabaster skin.

In another photo, she kicked her legs up to the ceiling with her legs covered in sheer black stockings.

Little dress: The 21-year-old singer-songwriter posted pictures of herself in a little black dress with a very revealing neckline on Instagram

Little dress: The 21-year-old singer-songwriter posted pictures of herself in a little black dress with a very revealing neckline on Instagram

Necklaces: In the photos she shared, Eilish strolled around her room in the little black dress with several chunky necklaces wrapped around her slender neck

Necklaces: In the photos she shared, Eilish strolled around her room in the little black dress with several chunky necklaces wrapped around her slender neck

Locks: Her black hair brushed her chest and her bangs touched the tops of her big blue eyes

Locks: Her black hair brushed her chest and her bangs touched the tops of her big blue eyes

Pink Cheeks: The Happier Than Ever singer's cheeks had a rosy glow and her freckles stood out against her alabaster skin

Pink Cheeks: The Happier Than Ever singer’s cheeks had a rosy glow and her freckles stood out against her alabaster skin

She sat on the floor with her arms also spread behind her in another snap. Eilish captioned the post, “You’re looking right at me.”

In the Fashion interview, in which she appeared alongside a selection of climate activists as she outlined her relationship with the planet and herself, Eilish talked about her relationship with her body.

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Once the party was over, the hitmaker revealed that she had to go through a process of learning to love herself, starting with accepting her physical appearance.

Billie said, “I’m going through my teenage years of hating myself and all that stupid stuff. A lot of it came from my anger towards my body, and how angry I was about how much pain it has caused me, and what I’ve lost because of things that have happened to it…

Kicking: In another photo, she kicked her legs up to the ceiling with her legs covered in sheer black stockings

Kicking: In another photo, she kicked her legs up to the ceiling with her legs covered in sheer black stockings

Legs: Billie pulled her legs to her chest in another shot

Legs: Billie pulled her legs to her chest in another shot

Caption: Eilish captioned the post,

Caption: Eilish captioned the post, “You’re looking right at me

“I felt like my body was playing tricks on me for years. I had to go through a process of being, my body is actually me. And it’s not out to get me.’

In 2021, the singer admitted that she was still unhappy with her appearance, tellingly The Guardian: ‘I see people online who look like I’ve never looked before. And immediately I’m like “oh my god, how do they look like that?”

“I know the ins and outs of this industry and what people actually use in photos, and I actually know what looks real can be fake.

“Yet I still see it and go, oh God, that makes me feel really bad. And I mean, I’m very confident in who I am, and I’m very happy with my life… Obviously I’m not happy with my body, but who is?’

During her Vogue interview, Billie went on to discuss the issues closest to her heart, explaining that today’s youth have inherited a future that is more uncertain than that of previous generations.

Wearing a sustainable Balmain ensemble for the shoot, she explained that she’s cautious about her approach to climate activism, noting, “I don’t want to parade around like, ‘Look at me! I’m making a difference’”.

“I just want to make a difference and keep my mouth shut about it. I shouldn’t be making products. I shouldn’t be selling anything. It’s just more shit to go to the landfill one day. I know that.

“But no one is going to stop wearing clothes. No one will stop making things. So I just do it the best way I can.’

Gaslighting: 'For years I felt like my body was gaslighting me.  I had to go through a process of being, my body is actually me.  And it's not out to get me' (photo 2019)

Gaslighting: ‘For years I felt like my body was gaslighting me. I had to go through a process of being, my body is actually me. And it’s not out to get me’ (photo 2019)

She went on to discuss her hopes for her generation, stating, “It was so exciting to talk to people who share my beliefs and are so smart, you know? They are my age and they do so much. It made me very, very, very hopeful.”

Billie has never been afraid to shy away from politics, rather she urged her followers vNote to presidential candidate Joe Biden ‘as if our lives and the world depended on it.’

“You don’t need me to tell you things are a mess — Donald Trump is destroying our country and everything we care about,” the No Time to Die singer said.

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“We need leaders who solve – not deny – problems like climate change and COVID. Leaders who fight against systemic racism and inequality.’

Hope for the future: The 21-year-old singer appeared on the first video cover of Vogue magazine alongside a selection of climate activists as she outlined her relationship with the planet

Hope for the future: The 21-year-old singer appeared on the first video cover of Vogue magazine alongside a selection of climate activists as she outlined her relationship with the planet