After exhibiting of her large new again tattoo, Billie Eilish, 21, celebrated with the creepy creatures at Common Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights in Hollywood! The “Unhealthy Man” singer took to Instagram on Friday, October 20, to point out off her go to with a snapshot from the occasion. Within the pic, she wore a Misfits tee and a pair of dishevelled pants as she screamed, revealing her conspicuous gold tooth. She wore her black and brilliant purple hair in a carefree ponytail with bangs, and a number of other of the park’s scariest monsters surrounded her, some packing chainsaws, scythes, and knives. “Aaaalways one of the best time @horrornights #universalhhn thanks for having us,” Billie captioned the publish.
Billie has a whopping 110 million followers on the platform, a lot of whom rushed to the feedback thread to gush. “At all times my fav pics of the yr,” wrote a fan, whereas one other remarked, “take me with you subsequent yr.” “Completely satisfied billieween to all who have a good time,” quipped a 3rd.
Billie’s go to to the Halloween horror film extravaganza is not any shock — she’s been to HHN earlier than. Actually, final yr she was noticed on the occasion with then-boyfriend Jesse Rutherford. And in a 2018 interview, she admitted to loving horror motion pictures basically. “I’m obsessive about The Babadook and like creepy visible sh**,” she advised Billboard on the time.
She additionally famous that music is a vital a part of these beloved horror movies. “I simply love horror motion pictures and in addition in case you took the music away from horror motion pictures they wouldn’t be as scary,” she defined. When requested what she thought of to be the scariest film, nevertheless, she stated they don’t really scare her whereas she’s watching.
“If I’m watching a film, nothing scares me,” she confessed. “It scares me later. I like being scared. It means I’m scared rather a lot although, as a result of I like the sensation of it. I’ve all the time appreciated being damage and being scared. I like the sensation of being terrified.”