Entertainment Garbage Frontwoman Shirley Manson On Billie Eilish: ‘She’s A Phenomenal Talent’
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at a surprise appearance in the "Ellen Degeneres Show" spoke the 19-year-old about her new album - and the reason for her new hair color. © Provided by www.rollingstone.de For a long time, Billie Eilish was known for her black-green hair - now she is blond. At a surprise appearance in the "Ellen Degeneres Show", the 19-year-old talked about her new album - and the reason for her new hair color.
Shirley Manson wants Billie Eilish to be okay.
In a new interview with the, the Garbage frontwoman shared her thoughts on the young artist's massive success.
"I just think she's a phenomenal talent," Manson said. "I feel like a lot happened to her awfully young, though, and I worry for her 'cause this industry is so nasty. So I hope we all protect her."
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Manson also sees the support female artists give each other as very important to her career.
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"I'm very grateful to have the support of my peers, and I think they all know that they have mine," she said. "I do believe we're all in this together, and I think to show a united front is a powerful message."
Garbage is set to release their seventh studio album on Friday, June 11.
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Matthew Tyler Vorce, Billie Eilish, is owning up to his past remarks. Vorce, 29, issued an apology on Thursday after his old social media posts resurfaced, involving slurs about Black and gay people, as well as allegedly referring to Adele as “British Miss Piggy.” RELATED: Miley Cyrus Says She’d Love To Work With Billie Eilish "I want to apologize for the things that I wrote on social media in the past. The language I used was hurtful and irresponsible and I understand how offensive those words are," Vorce wrote. "Whether it was a lyric, a quote or just me being dumb, it does not matter." "I am ashamed and deeply sorry that I used them in any context.