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Billie Eilish: 'I stopped reading Instagram comments because it was ruining my life'

Independent Tuesday, 18 February 2020
Eilish is currently preparing to debut a live performance at the Brit Awards of new Bond theme 'No Time to Die'
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In an interview with BBC Breakfast, Billie Eilish said that she has stopped reading Instagram comments. Why? "It was ruining my life." Eilish said that online comments are worse now than they've ever been following her five Grammy wins at this year's ceremony. Finneas O'Connell said people's comments...

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