“I hated it. It’s so f*cked up. I just didn’t like it. I was like, ‘People aren’t nice to me now.'”
“I did an experiment. I was with a friend of mine and she was like, ‘Should we go get dinner?'” Billie mentioned. “To go get dinner is like kind of a hassle now because all of these things are involved, so I was like, why don’t I try to disguise myself? So I put on a wig; I put on just a hoodie and a little bow on my head and some jeans and I went out and I hated it. I hated it. I hated it. It’s so f*cked up. I just didn’t like it. I was like, ‘People aren’t nice to me now.'”
Billie defined that being acknowledged due to her fame used to take a big emotional toll on her, however she has since come to settle for and benefit from the recognition that comes with being a movie star. “I think mainly it’s that I wouldn’t wanna not be me,” she mentioned. “I want to be who I am, and that means that I have to be this way and live this life and I’m actually fine with that. I can also say that now because I used to hate the sh*t out of it. I hated this life, and now I don’t. I hope that doesn’t come off as cocky; I hope that comes off as grateful. I have an incredible life, so no. I don’t want to be anonymous.”
Watch the complete video right here to see Billie learn the lyrics to her final mashup track and share what jobs she would have had if she hadn’t develop into a singer.