Renowned musician and singer Billie Eilish revealed that she contracted novel coronavirus back in august 2020 and she felt that “she would have died” if she had not taken the vaccination shots.

Billie Eilish made an appearance at Howard Stern’s US radio show on Monday. She stated the vaccine is fucking amazing and it also saved [her brother/musical collaborator] Finneas from getting it; it saved my parents from getting it; it saved my friends from getting it.”

Eilish stated that it took her almost 2 months to completely recover from the virus and unfortunately she is still experiencing the side effects of Covid-19.

“I want it to be clear that it is because of the vaccine that I’m fine,” she said. “I think if I weren’t vaccinated, I would have died because it was bad.”

“When I say it was bad, I more just mean that it felt horrible. But really, in the scheme of Covid-19, it was not bad. You know what I mean? When you’re sick, you feel fucking horrible.”

Billie Eilish was nominated in seven different categories at the Grammy awards 2022 which includes the song of the year and album of the year awards for her second album “Happier than ever”.

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Billie Eilish has received accolades and praises from every corner of the music industry for her second album and it has been ranked highly by different publications such as Billboard, The Guardian, and The Rolling Stone.

“She and her collaborator brother Finneas brought the same thrill to intimacy as they did to adolescent fears on her debut, tracing the scope of Eilish’s new found commitment to her own pleasure in dreamy golden-age classicism and hormone-spiking techno,” said the Guardian.

Billie Eilish will turn 20-year-old this 18th December.

“I was always very scared of getting older – I dreaded it,” she stated in an interview. “And honestly, I have almost only found, besides a few hiccups, that I’ve been enjoying just having a little adulthood. Doing things for the first time like getting gas and doing laundry and calling your doctor on your own.”