Billie Eilish looks eerie while filming the new music video for “all the good girls go to hell” drenched in black tar and feathers as she is pictured on set in Los Angeles.

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The young star got into character dripping in tar looking at the camera but couldn’t help but burst out laughing in true Eilish fashion at one point of the shoot.


The 17-year-old singer is being accused of stealing artwork for her merch collaboration with Siberia Hills from Japanese artist @m_qurokawa after some fans notice the resemblance in her clothing line.

Twitter user @nestuur tweeted a picture of the offending merchandise with a picture of the Japanese artist work and wrote — ‘Billie Eilish is selling stolen Nozomi art in her merch what the f**k’.

Billie and her team have pulled the merchandise off her website but have yet to comment if the young singer knew about the stolen art.

Billie didn’t seem to be fazed by the negative news as she focused on filming her latest music video — she was seen getting hooked up to a cable with the help of the film crew and laughed and joked as she got ready.

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