Billie Eilish officially cancelled her “Where Do We Go? Tour” on 4 December (Friday). The main reason for the cancellation was – of course – the on-going pandemic of coronavirus and the singer’s wish to keep everyone safe in these difficult times.
2020 Billboard Music Awards took place on 14 October (Wednesday) at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. The ceremony was hosted by Kelly Clarkson and due to the coronavirus pandemic, there was no audience during the event.
In a recent interview with The Herald Sun, Billie’s brother – Finneas – claimed that she would not release a new album until the pandemic is over. Both Billie and Finneas do not want their albums to “be a bummer COVID record.”
Billie Eilish spends her quarantine and self-isolation time in a very productive way. The singer recently wrote a brand new song with brother Finneas. According to Billie, quarantine was exactly what they needed to come up with a new track.
Billie Eilish and her father Patrick O’Connell has just joined forces and launched a new show on Apple Music on 8 May (Friday). Their programme is called “Me & Dad Radio” and is already available on the streaming platform.
“One World: Together at Home,” a special music event co-organized by Lady Gaga on 18 April (Saturday), was watched by 20.7 million viewers in the United States alone. The star-studded virtual concert was organized by Global Citizen and the World Health Organization to raise funds to combat the on-going coronavirus pandemic.