Prior to stepping onto the iconic stage, Billie teamed up with the episode’s host, Woody Harrelson, to shed light on our current climate emergency situation. Severe weather condition is damaging millions of lives,”Billie can be heard stating in the video., which will kick off in Miami on March 9, and the ways she hopes to deal with these problems herself while on the roadway. “Basically, we’re attempting to be as green as possible on the whole trip. The fans are going to bring their own water bottles.
Billie Eilish is having a memorable weekend: not only did she have her Saturday Night Live debut as musical guest, but she likewise revealed she has significant modifications lined up for her approaching world tour.
Kicking off the program’s brand-new season on September 28, the 17-year-old required to the SNL stage to perform 2 tracks off her debut studio album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Throughout her first performance– and in spite of her foot cast– Billie rocked all four walls of a rotating phase in an explosive, gravity-defying performance of her hit “Bad Guy.”The second saw her along with her bro and collaborator Finneas enacting a stripped-back– yet similarly enchanting– version of her tune “I Love You.”Prior to stepping onto the renowned stage, Billie partnered with the episode’s host, Woody Harrelson, to shed light on our existing climate emergency situation. In a video published to Billie’s Instagram account, the 2 celebrities amplified essential organizations such as Greenpeace and Greta Thunberg’s Fridays for Future.”Our Earth is heating up and our oceans are rising. Extreme weather condition is trashing millions of lives,”Billie can be heard stating in the video. “We can not let this happen on our watch. As much as one million species are becoming extinct due to the fact that of mankind’s actions. And time is going out. Countless people around the world are taking to the streets on environment strike requiring our leaders listen to the science and act.”
A day ahead of the SNL efficiency, Billie likewise visited The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon to discuss her upcoming Where Do We Go? World Tour, which will start in Miami on March 9, and the methods she wants to tackle these problems herself while on the roadway. Speaking to the host, Billie confessed sustainability would be a top priority on the tour.
“Basically, we’re trying to be as green as possible on the whole trip. We’re actually bringing somebody from Reverb, this company that concentrates on the finest and most green and healthy methods to do everything,” the “All the Good Girls Go to Hell” vocalist described. “There’s no plastic straws enabled. The fans are going to bring their own water bottles. There’s going to be recycle cans everywhere– since if something is recyclable, it doesn’t matter unless there’s a recycle bin, you understand?”