Billie Eilish pays the the price and feels the pain in a breath-restricting corset gown at the Met Gala in New York City.
Corporate media is drooling over the Billie Eilish wore to the Met Gala, but the poor girl looks like she’s in agony and struggling to breath as the corset appears to restrict her breathing. Beauty is pain right?
The gifted young singer-songwriter confessed to developing anxieties about her image as a result of being bullied on Instagram from an early age by internet trolls before she was seen in the stunningly tight Gucci corset gown at the Met Gala.
However, the newly turned 20-year-old actress has lashed out at her admirers for sexualising and objectifying her, which means she has gotten both negative and positive comments about her appearance.
Unless she is riding the highs of her adrenaline rush for her exhilaration of her live performance, it is fair to assume that the Bad Guy singer is not comfortable showing a bit of skin. Eilish typically dresses in pricey designer tracksuits and sweat pants to conceal her feminine curves.
As Eilish matures so does her fashion sense. The days of baggy and extremely expensive outfits are long gone.y expensive outfits.
Billie Eilish stunned the press in pale green and cream Gucci corset gown with crystal-encrusted black choker and a tousled bunned updo.
no way y’all are eating this up, it looks like she’s not getting enough oxygen— bea (@b1tchimac0www) May 2, 2022
While the actress was stunning and beautiful at the event, she appeared to be in excruciating pain, unable to even stand or move.
Several fans shared their concerns for the actress, one writing: “No way y’all are eating this up, it looks like she’s not getting enough oxygen!”
“She is putting herself through so much pain just to please others,” another wrote.
Eilish responded to fans who called her a “hypocrite” for her sudden change in style in an interview with Vogue magazine last year.
“Suddenly you’re a hypocrite if you want to show your skin, and you’re easy and you’re a slut,” she told Vogue. “Let’s turn it around and be empowered in that. Showing your body and showing your skin — or not—should not take any respect away from you.”