Billie Eilish Says She Lost All Her Friends When She Became Famous

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Billie Eilish Says She Lost All Her Friends , When She Became Famous.
Eilish appeared on the BBC's 'Miss Me?' podcast on June 10, 'Us Weekly' reports. .
The "Lunch" singer told the hosts that she lost her friends after finding fame at the age of 14. .
Well, I lost all of my friends when I
got famous. I suddenly was famous
and I couldn’t relate to anybody.
It was tough. It was really hard, Billie Eilish, on the BBC's 'Miss Me?' podcast.
Eilish went on to say that only her
best friend, Zoe, stayed by her side.
And then it was my 20th birthday and
I remember looking around the room
and it was only people that I employ.
And all 15 years or more older than me, Billie Eilish, on the BBC's 'Miss Me?' podcast.
Recently, the 22-year-old has made
more of an effort to reconnect with old friends while also making new ones. .
Exactly a year ago, I reconnected
with a bunch of old friends and
now, I have so many friends, Billie Eilish, on the BBC's 'Miss Me?' podcast.
I have a crew now. I could literally
cry about it. It’s been the greatest
thing that’s happened to me, Billie Eilish, on the BBC's 'Miss Me?' podcast.
While recently attending a
Coachella party, Eilish "was overcome
with emotion," 'Us Weekly' reports.
I was like, ‘Guys, I have friends and I
just love you guys so much, and it’s
been so long since I’ve had friends.’
I cried… and it’s literally because I
actually have friendship now again, Billie Eilish, on the BBC's 'Miss Me?' podcast

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