Billie Eilish leaves family home

Singer Billie Eilish has moved out of the family home.

The 21-year-old singer – who is one of the world’s best-selling artists – is said to have moved into a $2.3million house in Los Angeles, which was previously owned by Leona Lewis.

The Ocean Eyes singer bought the Glendalehorse Ranch property when she was just 17 years old.

“There was a point over the summer when I had a moment where I needed to be an adult.

“Like, ‘I need to have space and my own this and my own that’.

“I need it in many ways because you need it as you get older – but now I’m also like, ‘I love that my parents are around’.

” I moved. Now when I have a free night, I go hang out with my parents. That’s the first thing I think of doing. »

When further investigation was carried out, it was discovered that not only is the Glendale Horse Ranch about ten minutes from Highland Park (where Billie lives with her parents). However, the broker who attracted the specific buyer had previously worked with Finneas Eilish, Billie’s brother.

The main reveal of this property purchase, however, came with the release of Eilish’s second album, “Happier Than Ever”, in 2021, in which her song NES not only addresses her problem with dating as superstar, but also states that she bought a hidden home when she was seventeen. Billie was just seventeen when she bought the Glendale Ranch in 2019.

Billie has achieved incredible success in her relatively short career, including winning a Golden Globe Award and an Academy Award.

However, the chart-topping star still suffers from doubts.

The singer – who released her debut album, ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’ Just, like, how am I evolving and what am I doing?

“I have the impression that for a month I have been completely drowning.

“I’ve achieved the kind of stuff, even before I was 18 – stuff that people work their whole lives for and maybe never even get. And one of the MARKMEETS I’ve done is like something someone gets at the end of their life. And I got them all.

“I’m 21 now and I’m at a point where I’m like, ‘I’ve done it all. What am I going to do now? Where do I go from here? Who do I want to be?


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