The singer says that when she was at her lowest point last year, she was afraid to shave her head.

Grammy-winning singer Billie Eilish was afraid of having a collapse similar to the drama of shaving Britney Spears’ head in 2007 after reaching her “lowest point” while on tour last year (2019).

The 18-year-old girl became a pop phenomenon with the great success of her debut album, ‘When We Fall Asleep, Where Do WeGo?’, But Eilish recently admitted that her sudden rise to fame had a huge impact on her health mental, and even made her feel suicidal.

Now, in a new interview with Vogue magazine, Eilish admits that she began to sympathize with the personal problems Spears suffered so publicly more than a decade ago, so much that she was worried that she was destined for the same fate.

“As a fan when I grew up, I always thought” What the hell is wrong with them? “, Eilish shared about seeing his teenage idols fall out of favor when he was a child. “All the scandals. The Britney moment. You grow up thinking they are pretty and skinny; Why would they fuck him?

“But the bigger I get, the more I like it … Oh my God, of course they had to do that.”

“Last year, when I was at my lowest point during the tour in Europe, I was worried about having a breakdown and shaving my head.”

Eilish, who suffers from Tourette Syndrome and has self-harmed in the past, has managed to reach a healthier place mentally and emotionally, thanks to therapy and a reduced work schedule, but her stardom impresses her continuously, especially after becoming in the youngest artist to win the four main categories at the Grammy Awards last month.

“That was crazy,” he says, and Eilish just hopes to provide some encouragement for young and aspiring musicians, as he had not been long ago.

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