1. Saturday Night Live 12/11/21: The 19-year-old singer pulled double duty as ‘SNL’ host and musical guest. Billie Eilish showed off her music and comedy chops while impressively serving as host and musical guest Billie who turns 20 on Dec. 18, opened the NBC comedy series by coming out in a candy cane-colored puffy white dress and joking about her taste in fashion and her numerous hairstyle changes. “That is why I decided to dress as Mrs. Claus going to the club,” Eilish cheerily said in her monologue. “But actually, no, I am only wearing this because after the show I’ve got to go get married in an anime.” Later, the singer appeared in numerous hilarious skits, ranging from a pre-recorded clip in which she portrayed a twerking nurse on TikTok to a Christmas-themed musical number where she croons about awkwardly meeting Santa Claus. Miley Cyrus also made a surprise cameo during a sketch poking fun at holiday cards. Between her comical sketches, Eilish passionately performed two songs from her latest album, Happier Than Ever. Accompanied by her brother and hitmaker-in-crime Finneas, she began with a raucous delivery of set’s title track, followed by a moody rendition of the album closer “Male Fantasy.” This marked Eilish’s second time performance on SNL. She made her debut on the late-night program in 2019, defying gravity with her “Bad Guy” performance in a rotating set and performing “I Love You” alongside Finneas. Eilish is coming off the late summer release of her second studio album, Happier Than Ever, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. The release garnered her multiple nominations at the upcoming 2022 Grammys, including record and song of the year.
2. My Next Guest with David Letterman season 4 Air Date 05/20/22: Episode 1: Billie Eilish Dave visits Billie Eilish to discuss inspiration, influences and impostor syndrome and even managers to work in a little go-karting . Eilish explains that she crafts her studio vocals through a process called “comping”: Rather than just singing the song all the way through and using that, Eilish records a ton of takes and “makes sure there’s something usable” in each one for every part of the song. After all the takes are laid down, Eilish and Finneas essentially stitch the best parts into the final performance that’s heard on the record.To illustrate this, Finneas pulls up the ProTools session with Eilish’s final vocal on “Happier Than Ever,” which features a ton of dark lines peppered through the file. Each strike represents the start of a different take, and as the song plays, Letterman watches in awe as Eilish notes how many takes were put together to create the song: “And you would never know!” she exclaims.
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