Billie Eilish feared lover had died during dating nightmare

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Billie Eilish revealed the details of the time she was ‘ghosted’ on a recent podcast appearance (Picture: JC Olivera/Getty Images)

Superstar singer Billie Eilish has revealed the details of a nightmare dating scenario she endured last year.

The pop star, 22, who recently came out as queer, shared in a recent interview that she was ghosted by a date, forcing her to wonder if something awful had happened to him. 

During an appearance on the BBC podcast Miss Me? Eilish shared that she had ‘a crazy ghosting happen’ last year. 

Ghosting – when someone inexplicably and suddenly cuts off all communication -is a common term in Gen Z culture, and it seems even Grammy winners aren’t immune to the hurtful phenomenon. 

Speaking to Lily Allen and Miquita Oliver on the podcast, the Bad Guy singer said: ‘I’ve been ghosted for sure.’

She said she found it, ‘literally unbelievable. To this day, [he] never texted me again.’

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‘I was like, did you die? Did you literally die?,’ she said.

Eilish explained that she had made plans with the unnamed romantic prospect and never received any explanation after he never showed up. 

‘It was somebody that I’d also known for years and had a plan, the day of, on the phone, making a plan, this is my address, be there at 3pm – never heard from him again. Ever. I couldn’t believe it,’ she said. 

Soon, the singer discovered that the man who jilted her was not only alive and well but in a relationship with someone else. 

Eilish first rose to fame at just 14 years old (Picture: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

She described the hurtful revelation, saying: ‘And I was like “oh.” But I didn’t know people still did that. I genuinely didn’t know people did that.’

The singer – who released her third studio album Hit Me Hard and Soft last month – also opened up about how fame ruined her friendships. 

Eilish first rose to fame at just 14 years old and soon found that she no longer was able to connect with her friends from her pre-fame life.

‘Well I lost all of my friends when I got famous,’ she told the hosts.

She opened up about just how isolating fame at such a young age can be, stating: ‘I suddenly was famous and I couldn’t relate to anybody. It was tough. It was really hard.’

Eilish and her musical partner, brother Finneas O’Connell, recently won an Oscar for the song What Was I Made For? from Barbie (Picture: John Shearer/WireImage)

While Eilish was able to maintain a connection to her bestfriend, Zoe, her only other friends were people who worked for her.

‘And then it was my 20th birthday and I remember looking around the room and it was only people that I employ. And all 15 years or more older than me.’

The sad reality of this arrangement became …read more

Source:: Metro


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