• Billie Eilish was once ghosted
  • She talked about it on the 'Miss Me?' podcast
  • It affected her dating outlook

Even stars get ghosted! Billie Eilish, in a candid revelation on the BBC podcast 'Miss Me?', shared a jaw-dropping story of being ghosted this December by someone she had known for years. "I was like, 'Did you die?'" Eilish humorously recounted, highlighting the absurdity of the situation.

Billie gets real

"I had a crazy ghosting happen actually this December. It was insane," Eilish — who has had low-key romances with rapper Brandon "Q" Adams, actor Matthew Tyler Vorce, and The Neighbourhood frontman Jesse Rutherford over the years — said.

"Probably the craziest one that's ever happened to me," the "What Was I Made For?" hitmaker told Allen, 39, and Oliver, 40.

"I was like, 'Did you die? Did you literally die?' " Eilish joked, adding: "It was somebody that I’d also known for years and had a plan, day of, on the phone, making a plan, this is my address, be there at 3 — never heard from him again. Ever. I couldn’t believe it."

The "What Was I Made For?" hitmaker was left in disbelief when plans fell through without a word from the other side. "Never heard from him again. Ever," she exclaimed, painting a picture of the ghosting epidemic even celebrities aren't immune to.

"I was like, 'What a f---ing little pathetic man. What a tiny little man,' " the Oscar-winning singer went on, sharing: "It was literally unbelievable. To this day, never texted me again."

"I did see that he was dating someone," Eilish told the hosts. "And I was like, ‘Oh’. I didn’t know people still did that. I genuinely didn’t know people did that.”

Despite the sting of being ghosted, Eilish's outlook on love remains hopeful yet cautious. She humorously mentioned in her 'Rolling Stone' interview that she plans on "never dating again," though quickly clarified she's open to love when the right one comes along.

"That’s not true, obviously. But no, I don’t see myself being serious with anyone until I find someone that really feels right to me, and that is not interesting to me right now," Eilish added.

Beyond the realm of dating, Eilish also opened up about her sexuality and the role her music played in her journey of self-discovery. Her candidness about coming to terms with her feelings towards women and how it influenced her music adds another layer of depth to her already complex persona.

While discussing the sexual nature of her 'Hit Me Hard and Soft' album track "Lunch," Eilish said, "That song was actually part of what helped me become who I am, to be real," adding: "I wrote some of it before even doing anything with a girl, and then wrote the rest after."

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Billie Eilish's ghosting saga is more than just a tabloid tale; it's a reminder that beneath the glitz and glamour, celebrities navigate the same emotional landscapes as the rest of us.

Eilish's resilience and openness in sharing her experiences offer a glimpse into the life of a star who's not afraid to show her true colors.