Billie Eilish says she’s undergone a fitness transformation: 'I feel better about myself than I ever have'

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Billie Eilish on her fitness transformation. (Photo: Getty Images)
Billie Eilish returned to Vanity Fair for the sixth year of her annual interview with the publication. That year, she said she's "at a good point in my life right now," citing her improved relationship with her body as one of the catalysts for change.
The 20-year-old has spoken a lot about her body during her years in the spotlight, exploring her signature style of oversized clothing in the past and experimenting with more feminine silhouettes. The evolution of her style, she says, has a lot to do with body image, which she has a complicated relationship with. Lately, she's focused on changing that.
"I've had a very big transition with my fitness lifestyle this year and it's been a really crazy process," she said in the video. "I feel better than ever, which makes me proud. I worked really hard on it. And I just want to get damn muscular, I just want to be muscular. Yeah, so hopefully by next year I'll be cracked."
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It's not the first time Eilish has opened up about her recent love of fitness. She opened up about it in an interview for Apple Music with Zane Lowe in late September, saying she's turned into a "gym rat" since completing her last tour.
"It changed my life. I started training really hard in May. But then, especially when I came back from Europe, I started working out in a gym for the first time and every day," she told Lowe. "It wasn't a thing I did and it's become such an incredibly big part of my life and I feel so much better as a person."
Eilish's increasingly positive attitude is very different from how she's spoken about her body in the past. "My relationship with my body has been a really horrible, horrible thing since I was 11," she told the Sunday Times in June.
The singer and her body received huge attention in June 2021 when she appeared on the cover of British Vogue in a corset. "I lost 100,000 followers just because of the boobs," she told Elle of the mixed reaction to the photos. "People are afraid of big breasts."
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Ultimately, it has allowed her to reveal more of herself to embrace in turn.
"I hated how I looked before," she said in an interview with the Observer in December 2021. "I don't love it now, but I feel a little more confident and have become a lot prouder of who I am."
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Billie Eilish
American singer

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