Billie Eilish shares meme calling out The Daily Mail‘s headlines about her new look
Earlier this week, Billie Eilish debuted a complete new ~lewk~ on the duvet of British Vogue. The pop star often loves to decorate in layers of saggy garments and in her Vogue look, the singer surprised in beautiful, vintage-inspired lingerie to go together with her new Marilyn Monroe-inspired hairdo. Everyone on the web collectively yelled “Yasss!” once they noticed the photographs, besides U.Ok. trash tabloid The Daily Mail, who shared the pics alongside the grossest and most sexist headlines ever.
Popstars reinvent themselves always, it’s actually not that stunning. And within the case of Eilish, she was a baby star and now she’s 19, so she switched up her look regardless of beforehand stating that she felt extra comfy and would at all times put on “layers and layers and layers” of garments. For some rattling cause, The Daily Mail is making an attempt to bash Eilish for **checks notes** carrying lingerie although she beforehand stated she would solely put on saggy garments?? Yes, that’s proper, as a result of The Daily Mail can’t comprehend that a young person might change their thoughts, or change her garments.
“‘Proof that money can you make you change your values and sell out’: Bille Eilish shocks fans by swapping baggy clothes for lingerie in Vogue — despite years of vowing to ‘hide her body,’” learn a gross headline on the tabloid’s web site.
The Daily Mail‘s sexist headlines have been known as out in a viral meme.
Internet influencer Emily Clarkson screengrabbed the Daily Mail article and “fixed” their headline, which Eilish then shared on her personal Instagram Story, as reported by Buzzfeed News.
“Proof that money can make you change your values and sell out” was corrected to “Proof that women can change their minds and reclaim autonomy over their own bodies.” And “vowing to ‘hide her body’” was corrected to “of being an actual child.”
Clarkson additionally got here for a Daily Mail headline from October that learn, “Billie Eilish is pictured without her trademark baggy clothes as she steps out in uncharacteristically casual attire in Los Angeles.” Clarkson crossed out “trademark baggy clothes” and wrote “permission,” so the total assertion now reads: “Billie Eilish is pictured without her permission…”
I’m by no means shocked by The Daily Mail, in any case, that is the tabloid that revealed Meghan Markle’s personal letters to her father, however obsessively reporting on a teen woman’s alternative of clothes and breathlessly preserving observe of “how baggy” her garments are is simply freaking gross.
The solely headline that ought to be written about Eilish or her garments ought to be, “Billie Eilish is a versatile fashion queen, we remain stans.” Full cease.