Billie Eilish

Maybe she’s giving a motivational speech (Picture: Backgrid)

Billie Eilish was all smiles as she left a pre-Grammys party in Hollywood days after she revealed she contemplated suicide.

The Bad Guy singer had energy for days while interacting with fans outside Milk Studio.

The 18-year-old was rocked a turtle neck sweater that was long on one end and cropped on the other and paired it with distressed blue jeans which had the ‘Anarchy’ symbol emblazoned on the bottom.

It’s not a Billie outfit until she puts on a pair of iconic sunglasses to tie the entire outfit together.

We don’t know who Billie is pointing at in one photo but we’re using that as a motivational poster from now on.

The star is up for six Grammys this weekend, after her debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go, rocketed her to worldwide fame and success.

Billie Eilish

Who is she shouting at? (Picture: Piper/ShotbyJuliann / BACKGRID)

Billie Eilish

Gotta give ’em the finger guns (Picture: Piper/ShotbyJuliann / BACKGRID)

However, as the artist was on the rise, Billie was living with clinical depression and says that she was ‘so unhappy’ throughout 2018.

Speaking to CBS’s Gayle King, Billie said: ‘I was so unhappy last year [the interview was recorded in 2019]. I was so unhappy, and I was so, like, joyless.

‘I mean, there were so many reasons. It all was because I was actually clinically depressed, but on top of it was this fame that I didn’t want at the time.’

And she told the host: ‘I genuinely didn’t think I would make it to 17.’

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King noted the lyric in her song Bury A Friend, ‘I wanna end me’, and asked whether she had these thoughts in real life.

Billie said: ‘Yeah. I think about this one time I was in Berlin and I was alone in my hotel, and I remember there was a window right there.

‘I remember crying because I was thinking about how the way that I was going to die was, I was going to do it.’

The star is now on the road to feeling better thanks to the support of her friend, family, and therapy.

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