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Billie Eilish always brings her unique style, and at the SAG Awards 2024, she didn`t disappoint. The 22-year-old `Happier Than Ever` singer rocked a white dress shirt and tie combo paired with a sweater vest, showing off her quirky-cool fashion. 

Billie Eilish brings `Academiacore` 

On January 25, our timelines were blessed with pictures of the gorgeous Billie Eilish. The singer brought her Academiacore best to the SAG Awards 2024. She sported a white dress shirt with a tie, complemented by a sweater vest. Completing the look with black pants and a loose updo, Eilish posed confidently on the red carpet. As a Grammy winner and a presenter at the awards show, she expressed her desire to look “presentable” during an interview with E!`s Laverne Cox. 

Billie Eilish brings `Academiacore` to the SAG Awards 2024, take a look: 

Billie Eilish on the focus on women`s bodies

Billie Eilish has often spoken about why she dresses the way she does. In 2023, Singer Billie Eilish fired back at what she sees as an unfair focus on women’s physiques. “Nobody ever says a thing about men’s bodies. If you’re muscular, cool. If you’re rail thin, cool,” she fumed about what she thinks is a double standard between the sexes when it comes to body image. Eilish, in a magazine interview, said, “If you have a dad bod, cool. If you’re pudgy, love it! Everybody’s happy with it. You know why? Because girls are nice. They don’t give a f*** because we see people for who they are!”

The singer also said despite knowing she has always had “big b**bs”, she has “never felt like a woman.” The Grammy winner added she doesn’t feel “feminine” or “desirable”.  “I’ve never felt like a woman, to be honest with you. I’ve never felt desirable. I’ve never felt feminine. I have to convince myself that I’m a pretty girl. I identify as ‘she/her’ and things like that, but I’ve never really felt like a girl.” She has become renowned for wearing baggy clothes and said she hated it when people suddenly “sexualised” her when she changed her trademark look and showed off skin.

The singer said, “I wasn’t trying to have people not sexualise me. But I didn’t want people to have access to my body, even visually. I wasn’t strong enough and secure enough to show it. If I had shown it at that time, I would have been completely devastated if people had said anything. Maybe, my not really caring about being sexualised is because I’ve never felt desired or desirable,” she added.



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