She's a Grammy-winning artist, but Billie Eilish, like everyone else, enjoys indulging in Halloween chocolates. In fact, this artist even brought a lollipop to an award show. What is Billie Eilish's favorite candy? Here's what we know about the artist behind songs like "Bad Guy" and "All the Good Girls Go to Hell".
Billie Eilish brought a lollipop to the Grammy Awards
Some may know Billie Eilish for her music videos or for her award-winning song "Bad Guy". Others know her as a fan of The Office and as a person who isn't afraid to be themselves. She wears unique clothing and even brought a lollipop to the Grammy Awards.
This wouldn't be the first time Billie Eilish took her sweet treat to an awards show. In vember 2019, her plus at the American Music Awards was a lollipop that even posed next to Dua Lipa. For a video, however, the artist shared what her favorite chocolates are.
Billie Eilish accepts the International Female Solo Artist Award | contrary to Jim Dyson / Redferns
Billie Eilish loves some chocolates
Aside from her lollipop moment at the awards show, Billie Eilish shared her love for a few different chocolates. For a video near Halloween, a few cast members commented on their favorite sweets to nibble on. Kevin Jonas of The Jonas Brothers called out Butterfinger and Twix. Billie Eilish selected some of her favorite Halloween treats to share.
"Reese's peanut butter cups and Twix, Kit Kats. I'm vegan so it's over for her," said Billie Eilish during an exclusive RADIO.COM video interview.
But as much as Billie Eilish loves her sweets, she often talks more about her eating habits and is committed to the environment. Because Billie Eilish is a vegan, she excludes a number of foods from her diet. This includes milk, ice cream, and other dairy products.
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Billie Eilish is vegan, which means she doesn't eat meat
This artist is vegan, which means she doesn't eat meat or dairy products. She used to be a vegetarian, but going vegan was an easy next step because "meat was never a big deal" in her life, the artist said, according to Insider.
The artist often advocates for animals with both her music videos and interviews. She spoke out against Lady Gaga's meat dress and even acted as the oil-soaked bird in "All the Good Girls Go to Hell". Billie Eilish was also an early supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement and used her Instagram to speak out on social justice issues.
Fans can find out more about this actress on her social media platforms. Music by Billie Eilish, including her album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go, is available on music platforms such as Spotify, Apple Music and Tidal.
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