Billie Eilish’s childhood home, where she slept in the same bed as her brother and parents

As she prepares to take the stage of one of the headline acts at Glastonbury 2022 tonight, we take a look at Billie Eilish’s popularity, her current net worth and her humble beginnings her when growing up in a two bedroom bungalow in LA

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As one of the biggest stars in the world right now – with multiple Grammy Awards, an Oscar and a BRIT to her name – Billie Eilish will hit another career landmark tonight as she steps down the aisle. onto the Pyramid Stage at the Glastonbury Festival.

The No Time To Die singer, 20, will be the youngest solo act to date to appear on the iconic main stage at Worthy Farm, after performing on the Other Stage for the first time in 2019.

It’s been a whirlwind several years for Billie, who rose to global fame when her debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? topped the US Billboard 200 and UK Albums Chart in 2019.

Billie Eilish performs on stage with her brother Finneas at Coachella in April


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Although just in her teens, Billie is already halfway on her journey to EGOT status, and thanks to her many hit singles and albums, is said to be worth a whopping $30 million. (25 million pounds).

In addition to attracting a large fan base with her music, the female singer also attracted a number of supporters by frankly discussing mental health issues.

Earlier this week, Billie revealed how she had to share a bed with her parents and brother until the age of 11.

Young Billie in her childhood bedroom


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The Bad Guy hit girl grew up in a modest two-bedroom chalet in the Highland Park neighborhood of Los Angeles with her parents, Maggie Biard and Patrick O’Connell, and her brother – and co-writer – Finneas O’Connell.

“I can’t be away from my parents,” Billie told the Sunday Times Magazine. “I worry about what will happen to them, I worry about what will happen to me, I worry about being forgotten.”

The Happier Than Ever singer went on to explain how debilitating anxiety caused her to spend her childhood sharing a bed with her older brother and two parents.

The singer wrote some of her biggest hits in the bedroom turn studio


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The publication reports that “the whole family shared a bed until Finneas was 10”, and that Billie stayed “with her parents until she was 11”.

Billie is still living her childhood in 2020, when she took home the BRIT Award for International Female Solo Artist – even recorded the theme song for the James Bond movie No Time To Die in the house. wood in LA.

The multi-award winning singer gave James Corden a tour around her family’s residence during an episode of Carpool Karaoke that same year.

Billie’s brother’s room has a lot of bright cushions


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Billie took The Late, Late Show host, 43, on a tour of the California estate – taking James into her brother’s former bedroom, which also doubles as a recording studio.

Single room with bed decorated with multicolored cushions, floral curtains and a piano nearby.

The camera couldn’t see Billie’s bedroom, but the singer-songwriter teased viewers that her private space is full of red and is home to her pet dog.

The singer collaborates with her brother on most of her music


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Despite amassing a fortune worth millions of pounds since entering the music industry, Billie doesn’t want to lean on a cane and move into a mansion.

“My relationship with my home hasn’t changed, just like with my parents and brother,” the star told V Magazine in March of this year.

“I think that’s a bit jarring for some of the people who grew up with me or haven’t seen in a while…[they] came to see us and found that it was identical. It’s as if you walk in here and it’s 2003. There’s no indication that a celebrity exists within 200 feet of this area. “

Billie takes James on a tour of her family home in 2020


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She added: “I mean, it’s really funny. I have to remind myself what my life really is to the outside world, because sometimes I forget. My life really is. , really feels like when I was a kid . . . Unless I don’t have any friends.”

Sadly for Billie, she didn’t always feel safe and comfortable in her beloved childhood home.

In 2019, the address of her family’s home was leaked online and within hours, three fans appeared outside her property.

Finneas recently moved out of the family home but Billie still lives there with her parents


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Shortly after the invasion of privacy – upon witnessing an elderly man drive from San Diego to stand outside her home – Billie and her family hired bodyguards to sleep in the living room. .

“It really hurt,” she recalled at the time. “I don’t feel safe in my house at all anymore, that sucks. I love my house.”

Based on Velvet cordThe star’s 1,208-square-foot family home in Highland Park was built in 1912 and last put on the market in 2001 – believed to have been purchased by the Billie family for 240,000 USD.

It is estimated the property is currently worth around $763,400.

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