Billie Eilish Responds to Hair Critics By Teasing New Album

Billie Eilish took to Instagram to warn hair critics that she won’t drop her new album if the mocking continues. Scroll down to hear why she’s sticking to the green-and-black style.

By Mona Thomas Dec 22, 2020 5:39 PMTags
Watch: Billie Eilish Claps Back at Her Hair Critics

Billie Eilish is ready to be the bad guy when it comes to her hair.

On Monday, Dec. 21, the "Therefore I Am" singer took to her Instagram Story to give fans a light warning about poking fun at her signature neon-green and jet black hair combo.

"I have a fun story to tell you, but first: f--k you guys. Stop making fun of me," said the 7-time Grammy winner. "My god. I'm f--king making you an album. I will not put it out if you keep making fun of my hair. Shut up!"

Although the 19-year-old star seemed very serious, she also revealed her reasoning for holding onto her brightly colored streaks for nearly two years.

"I'm changing it after the doc comes out. It's going to be the end of an era. I'm gonna give you a new era," she shared matter-of-factly. "I have an announcement to make. I got some s--t to put out."

To avoid giving away too many details, Billie returned to her original point, "Anyway, doesn't matter. Leave me the f--k alone. Let me live with my f--king hair that I've had for way too long, okay? Shut the f—k up."

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She also credited the hair dedication with providing her "mental stability and growth" after admitting the hairstyle is the longest period of time she hasn't changed her hair she was 13 in her Instagram comments.

Billie's documentary, Billie Eilish: The World's A Little Blurry, is slated to release in theatres and on Apple TV+ on February 26, 2021 so fans have a couple more months with the green-and-black ‘do.

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