Billie Eilish has revealed her sexy self on the cover of the June edition of Vogue UK magazine.
The teen singing sensation has ditched her signature green hair, baggy pants and sweat tops for a full 180-degree turnaround in style.
She’s transformed into a modern-day siren, with blonde locks and outfits that show off every curve – with class and bags of sex appeal.undefined
In one of the pictures, her hour-glass figure is fitted into a custom Gucci corset and skirt in pink and nude shades, and latex gloves.undefined
In another, she’s seen kneeling in an Alexander McQueen corset dress with a draped skirt, latex gloves, suspender belt and stockings.
The singer received more than a million likes in 10 minutes after Insta-posting images of the Vogue cover.
She captioned an image of her wearing a custom black satin and sheer catsuit and corset accentuating her cleavage: “i love these pictures and i loved doing the shoot. do whatever you want whenever you want. f*** everything else. (sic)”undefined
While 19-year-old Billie, real name Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O’Connell, chose to show the world what she's hiding under those groot klere, she makes it clear: What she wears will always be her choice. This is underpinned by the words at the foot of the cover, which reads: “Billie Eilish – ‘It’s all about what makes you feel good’.”
The Grammy winner made a pitch for body positivity saying: “It made me really offended when people were like, ‘Good for her for feeling comfortable in her bigger skin’. Good for me? ... The more the internet and the world care about somebody that’s doing something they’re not used to, they put it on such a high pedestal that then it’s even worse.”
Tweeps are going into overdrive at the transition, with luca TXT GO saying: “ur so mf stunning", while cooper wrote: “...i literally have no words.”
Some fans asked about her tattoo and others proposed marriage.
In a major feat at 19, she bagged the Grammy for Record of the Year for the second straight time, scooping all four top categories at last year's ceremony.
And, as the first woman and youngest artist, she won the 2020 Grammys for Album, Record and Song of the Year, plus Best New Artist.