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Billie Eilish, Finneas on Fans Throwing Objects at Artists on Stage – The Hollywood Reporter

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As a rising listing of musicians — together with Harry Types, Drake, Kelsea Ballerini, Pink, Lil Nas X, Bebe Rexha, Ava Max and Blackpink’s Lisa — have been hit on stage by followers throwing objects at them throughout latest weeks, superstars Billie Eilish and Finneas have given their ideas on the troubling pattern, although Eilish says it’s nothing new.

“I’ve been getting hit on stage with things for like literally six years, I don’t know why this is like new,” Eilish informed The Hollywood Reporter on the world premiere of Barbie on Sunday in Los Angeles. “People just get excited and it can be dangerous.”

Finneas famous that usually followers aren’t attempting to truly hit the artist, they usually aren’t throwing issues like tomatoes and oranges in protest however often telephones to get footage, although Eilish admits, “It’s absolutely infuriating when you’re up there.”

“I have mixed feelings about it, because when you’re up there it blows. But you know it’s out of love and they’re just trying to give you something,” Eilish continued. “You’re in a vulnerable position, but I’ve been getting hit with stuff for like years.”

Finneas then turned with a direct message to digital camera, saying, “Don’t do it — we get it but don’t do it,” as Eilish echoed, “Don’t throw things on stage, but we love you; it’s very sweet.”

The sibling duo attended the premiere in help of their new tune “What Was I Made For?” on the Barbie soundtrack. They each admit they had been first drawn in by the concept of seeing among the film early to be able to encourage a tune, as Eilish joked, “Maybe we won’t make a song but I want to see it! Are you kidding me? I want to see Margot Robbie be Margot Robbie as Barbie. Are you kidding me? That’s my dream.”

“The movie was great and we’re big fans of [director] Greta [Gerwig] and have been forever so we figured it probably would be but then it really was,” added Finneas. “We were super inspired to write a song.”

Barbie hits theaters on July 21.



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