• Billie Eilish is an international pop superstar
  • She has grown up in front of the world
  • THIS is how she feels about her sexuality now

Hollywood's latest buzz has fans and critics alike in a frenzy! Billie Eilish, the 20-year-old pop prodigy, found herself at the center of a whirlwind of speculation and queerbaiting allegations after her sizzling pajama party video for the 2021 hit single "Lost Cause" hit the screens.

Billie on girls:

But wait, there's more! The plot thickens with Billie's cryptic Instagram caption that had the internet decoding every word: "I love girls."

"I love them so much," she continued. "I love them as people. I’m attracted to them as people. I’m attracted to them for real … I’m physically attracted to them. But I’m also so intimidated by them and their beauty and their presence."

Billie has only ever been in public relationships with men, most recently 'The Neighbourhood’s' Jesse Rutherford before their breakup in May. The musician has been the target of queerbaiting allegations in the past, something she addressed in a 2021 interview with 'Elle' magazine in which she said her sexuality was no one else’s business.

The "Bad Guy" singer wasn't having any of it! Billie fired back with the sass we've come to adore, "Like, oh yeah, my sexuality is everyone else's business, right? No. Where's that energy with men?" Talk about a mic drop moment!

The Instagram scene was set with behind-the-scenes snaps that had everyone talking. Billie's playful caption sparked a wildfire of debate, with some fans cheering her on and others raising eyebrows, whispering the word "queerbaiting" behind closed doors. Never one to shy away from speaking her mind, Billie Eilish confronted the critics head-on.

Her pointed question to 'Elle' magazine sent a clear message: her sexuality is her own, and double standards in the industry won't fly. Billie's defiance against the public's prying eyes is a powerful stance in an era where celebrity personal lives are often treated as public property.

The Final Verdict

So, what's the takeaway from this pajama party pandemonium? Billie Eilish remains the queen of her narrative, unafraid to challenge the status quo and stand up for her privacy. As the dust settles, one thing's for sure – Billie's not here for anyone's labels or assumptions.

And Billie has strong opinions on womanhood as well. "Being a woman is just such a war, forever. Especially being a young woman in the public eye. It’s really unfair…it turns out that I’m young, and I have a whole life of sh-t I can do. Maybe because my life became so adult very young, I forgot that I was still that young. I settled in a lot of ways: I lived my life as if I were in my 70s. I realized recently that I don’t need to do that."

Also interesting:

Hollywood is a tough place to feel beautiful...specially for the ladies in the industry. Billie has been no exception to that stark reality that contrasts the glitz and glamour of the industry. 

Eilish says she still struggles with her identity as a woman. "I’ve never felt like a woman, to be honest with you," she said during an interview with 'Variety' magazine. "I’ve never felt desirable. I’ve never felt feminine. I have to convince myself that I’m, like, a pretty girl," she added. "I identify as ‘she/her’ and things like that, but I’ve never really felt like a girl."

As Billie explores who she is, her music can only get better!