Billie Eilish Asks Crowd To Be Happy They're Alive at Jingle Ball 2019


Billie Eilish took over the 2019 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour presented by Capital One stage being introduced by hit-maker, Jamie Foxx.

“An artist who has changed the sound of music forever,” Foxx said as he stood next to his two super fan children and introduced the singer onto the stage.

Opening up with her classic hit, Bad Guy, Jingle Ball fans were instantly blown away by the 17-year-old's performance as they witnessed her hit the stage

Fresh off of a sprained ankle, Billie took the stage with her classic jump-bounce keeping the crowd thoroughly entertained.

“I’m honored to be here. Are you guys ready to jump with me?” Billie asked the crowd.

Her signature green tresses were bundled up in two space buns complimented with a discreet pair of sunglasses adding to her infectious cool factor.

Before she was set to perform, When the Party's Over, Billie took a seat and addressed the crowd with a sentimental request. The Bury A Friend singer asked that everyone take a moment and appreciate where they are.

“Before I do this next one, by request let's all try to be here, be happy we’re breathing, happy we’re alive. And Christmas is coming, Let’s be happy.”

Tears streamed through the crowd as Billie's preambled words resonated through the following melodic tune.

Her set list also included, You Should See Me in a Crown and, All the Good Girls Go to Hell.

This past week, Billie Eilish had a bit of a controversial visit to “Jimmy Kimmel Live”, where she admitted to not being familiar with rock band Van Halen. Kimmel asked the “Bad Guy” singer to name a member of the iconic group, and the seventeen year old totally blanked revealing she has no idea who they are. After Twitter proceeded to enter into an uproar, bassist Wolfgang Van Halen jumped in the social conversation to support Eilish.

"If you haven’t heard of @billieeilish, go check her out. She’s cool," he wrote. "If you haven’t heard of @VanHalen, go check them out. They’re cool too. Music is supposed to bring us together, not divide us. Listen to what you want and don’t shame others for not knowing what you like."

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