Billie Eilish commands the stage as she performs to a sold-out crowd at Madison Square Garden
Billie Eilish commands the stage at first-ever concert at iconic Madison Square Garden as she performs to a sold-out crowd after COVID delays
Billie Eilish rocked the stage on her Happier Than Ever tour as she performed her first-ever concert at Madison Square Garden on Friday night to a sold-out crowd.
The 20-year-old singer had fans went wild in one of the world’s most iconic arenas and sported a black and white graphic t-shirt and shorts for his special performance.
The Ocean Eyes hitmaker was supposed to perform on location two years ago, but his show was delayed due to COVID.
Exciting performance: Billie Eilish rocked the stage at her first ever concert at Madison Square Garden on Friday night
The Los Angeles native – born Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O’Connell – teamed her look with white sneakers and matching socks.
The beauty had her short dark hair styled in two small ponytails.
She also accessorized her outfit with black and white striped gloves and black knee pads.
Iconic: The 20-year-old singer had fans going wild in one of the world’s most iconic arenas, and rocked a black and white graphic t-shirt and shorts for her performance
At one point during the show, Billie appeared to show a photo of herself as a little girl wearing a pink dress.
The young star also posted a story of herself playing alongside her brother Finneas Baird O’Connell, 24.
The famous sibling duo looked at each other fondly during the performance, with both playing guitars.
Finally arrived: Happier Than Ever hitmaker was supposed to perform on location two years ago, but his show was delayed due to COVID
The singer recently went through controversy after rapper Kanye West took to Instagram to demand that she apologize for his comments regarding Travis Scott and the Astroworld tragedy.
The 44-year-old musician even issued an ultimatum regarding his upcoming Coachella performance – which Billie and Kanye are headlining – saying, “I need Billie to apologize before I perform.”
The issue stemmed from an earlier performance which saw the singer stop one of her shows in order to come to the aid of a fan who was experiencing a medical emergency.
Cute: At one point during the show, Billie appeared to show a photo of herself as a little girl wearing a pink dress
Famous siblings: The young star also posted a story of herself playing alongside brother Finneas Baird O’Connell, 24
“I’m waiting for people to be okay until I carry on,” the singer said, appearing to allude to Scott’s deadly Astroworld festival while shaming the rapper’s onstage conduct.
Eilish commented on Kanye’s post saying, “Literally he never said anything about travis. was just helping a fan.
The star replaced Scott on the Coachella bill after the tragic events at Astroworld.
Recent controversy: Billie was recently called out by rapper Kanye West who threatened to pull out of Coachella if she didn’t apologize to Travis Scott for a remark she made on his show