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Billie Eilish surprises in sexy lingerie for British Vogue photoshoot:

 The latest edition of British Vogue magazine presents a cover shot of the "Bad Guy" singer with golden hair a la Marilyn Monroe and exiting the pink and flesh-coloured lingerie get-up.

Billie EilishVogue Interview

It's Billie Eilish as you've never seen her and she says she loves her sexy feminine look.

Billie Eilish surprises in sexy lingerie for British Vogue photoshoot:

General Z Star told Mag - who described Eilish as a longtime fan of the pin-up sexpots of the 1940s and 50s and said the idea of the cover was her's.

“It’s all about what makes you feel good,”

"To stick to yourself - including through her physical public persona - is about taking that power back, showing it off and not taking advantage of it," Eilish told Vogue.

The 19-year-old is best known for dressing head to toe in baggy clothes. Before saying she didn't want people to judge her body or have sex, although she said she could change her appearance when she will hit adulthood.

Eilish said: 

“If you want to get surgery, go get surgery. If you want to wear a dress that somebody thinks that you look too big wearing, f–k it. If you feel like you look good, you look good,”.

She also added: 

“Don’t make me not a role model because you’re turned on by me.”

As for her recently dyed gold lock, the singer said she is ready for them “to suck” but now, “I feel more like a woman somehow.”

Alish said that her voice has matured and there is plenty of free time to hone her skills during the epidemic. 

She told Vogue:

"I've grown a lot and got a lot better in my voice - it's crazy to think about it,". "I think change is one of the best gifts in the world".

The singing sensation whose second album Happier Than Ever [Explicit] is set to drop on July 30.

She posted pictures of the article on Instagram, writing, “I love these pictures and I loved doing this shoot.

She also said:

“do whatever you want whenever you want. f- -k everything else.”

"People always say how will your little self feel about you now? And it's a good thing to think about in some cases," Said Eilish.

"I'm not allowing myself to be owned anymore," said the singer, who released the single "Your Power" from her upcoming album last week.

The best part of her interview with Vogue in which she said that:

"But I also think you shouldn't try to be a person who wants your old self, and you shouldn't try to be the person your future is going to be yourself. You have to be exactly what you think you are and want to be in this moment. Otherwise, you're going crazy."

Watch Also: Billie Eilish (Your Power).

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