Billie Eilish’s Gravity-Defying ‘Saturday Night Live’ Performance

Acting to a scaled-down variant of the recognizable"SNL" collection, Eilish appeared to be walking on walls and the ceiling whilst brother Finneas along with also a drummer -- in fitting outfits -- were originally exhibited in strange camera angles.

While her brother and also the drummer played facing it the cameras pulled back to show Eilish performing within a box which rotated throughout the tune.

It turned out to be a operation without missing a beat that Eilish pinpointed.

Though it appears improbable that the rotating box is going to be attracted on the 2020 stadium tour which Eilish declared last week, the operation revealed what an accomplished live performer she's become.

She's a buff in series bunch Woody Harrelson, who introduced first since"incomparable" then"wonderful" to its next execution, which was probably intended to demonstrate her depth as a artist -- it was only her Finneas, sporting distinct fitting outfits, duetting to a low-key variant of the ballad"I Love You."

The pop superstar sang her hit"Bad Guy," about which initially seemed to be a tiny collection that created the miniature star seem larger. Matters took a twist when Eilish began walking round the area, which had been rotating, which makes it seem like the singer walked walls.

She moved to walk to the ceiling, which coupled with a few flashing lights, surely gave the functionality an abysmal vibe.

The SNL gig includes the heels of Eilish declaring her stadium world excursion, Where Do We Move? , that kicks off at 2020. Before this season,"Bad Guy" unseated the apparently unstoppable, record-breaking"Old Town Road" from Lil Nas X to its No. 1 spot on Billboard's Hot 100 charts.

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Eilish, that is 17, is the youngest contributor to direct the graph since Lorde failed it 2013 using"Royals" in age 16.

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