Watch Billie Eilish dance to her own song at Dodger Stadium


Billie Eilish’s US tour has come to an end, but fans at Dodger Stadium were treated to a free performance from the Grammy-winning singer during Thursday night’s Dodgers vs. Giants game.

His favorite medium of the night? Dance.

During a half-round break, Eilish was filmed dancing to her 2019 mega hit “Bad Guy” as he played on the stadium speakers. Sitting behind the dugout with friends and her brother Finneas, she jumped out of her seat with a big smile while being filmed on the jumbotron and started showing his movesas the stadium erupted in cheers.

Did Eilish’s presence and energy propel the Dodgers to victory? It’s impossible to say, but baseball is the most superstitious of all sports, and the Dodgers’ Twitter account seemed to notice the correlation (yes, correlation doesn’t mean causation, calm down, stats nerds).

“1-0 when @billieeilish and @finneas are there,” tweeted the official team account Thursday night after the Dodgers’ 9-6 win over San Francisco.

His Dodgers dance came the same day the 20-year-old artist released two new songs.

“[A] little surprise for youuuuuuuu…… TWO NEW !!!! ‘TV’ and ‘The 30’ !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” Eilish wrote in a Instagram post Thursday. “[T]these songs mean so much to me. I’m so glad they’re yours.❤️ “Guitar Songs” OUT NOW!!!!!”

Eilish made her “TV” debut in a Manchester concert last month and quickly made headlines for his discussion of Roe vs. Wade.

“And I’ll be in denial for at least a little while / What about the plans we made? / The internet has gone crazy watching movie stars on trial / As they overthrow Roe v. Wade,” she sings.

In an interview with Zane Lowe this week, Eilish opened up about her choice to include the line on the Supreme Court ruling.

“We wrote this line a few weeks before it was officially canceled. It was a placeholder of doom,” the “Ocean Eyes” singer said.

She then recalled the time she heard news of a historic reversal.

My mother came out, and she just stood there, and she said, ‘They knocked him down.’ We were all like… God, it was like a curtain of misfortune. I mean, there was almost no reaction even,” she said.

“I had, I guess, now that I think about it, an unrealistic hope that it wouldn’t happen. We wrote this line when the news broke that they were considering canceling it, and we wrote this line then. It’s a really scary world right now.


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