Billie’s “The Simpsons” stint follows The Weeknd voicing Orion Hughes in a latest episode of the hit animated sequence.
Billie Eilish has entered The Simpsons universe. At this time (April twenty second) the hit animated sequence debuted a model new quick movie starring the “Happier Than Ever” singer as herself, rocking her previous (and previously signature) jet black hair with vivid inexperienced roots, in addition to a set of silver rings round her fingers.
As per Uproxx, the three-minute-long video begins with Eilish simply so occurring to overhear Lisa taking part in her saxophone (as she so typically does) beneath an overpass. “Can John Coltrane actually be taking part in beneath a freeway overpass?” the Grammy Award-winning singer asks herself.
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“No, he is lifeless,” she concludes earlier than hanging herself the wrong way up in hopes of determining who might presumably be taking part in the catchy tune.
After introducing herself to Lisa whereas dangling from the overpass, the younger lady begins uncontrollably weeping – as any adolescent coming unexpectedly face-to-face with certainly one of their idols presumably would.
“We, too, would profusely sob on the likelihood to jam with @BillieEilish,” the official Disney+ Twitter account wrote early this morning. “@TheSimpsons: When Billie Met Lisa is now streaming solely on #DisneyPlus!”
It is value noting that Eilish is not a complete stranger to the world of tv – she hosted an episode of Saturday Evening Dwell in late 2021, and since then, she’s admitted that it was something however a cakewalk.
“The week of getting ready for SNL is f*cking nuts, dude,” the 20-year-old revealed. “It is actually alien. I cried each single day of the week, no joke in any respect.”
In different The Simpsons information, The Weeknd was additionally tapped to voice a personality – little one influencer Orion Hughes – in a latest episode; learn extra about right here, and tell us in the event you’ll be watching Billie Eilish’s new animated quick on Disney+ within the remark part under.