Billie Eilish Gives a Home Tour on 'Carpool Karaoke'

The “Bad Guy” singer also shows off her ukelele skills.

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The Late Late Show’s James Corden brought on Billie Eilish for the newest episode of Carpool Karaoke. The duo started off by singing along to Eilish’s hit song “Bad Guy” while she reminisced about the first time she met her idol, Justin Bieber, at Coachella. The pop star also shared that she started writing songs at just six years old and covered a ukelele version of “I Will” by The Beatles.

The two also belted out to “All the Good Girls Go to Hell” and “Ocean Eyes” before pulling up to the childhood home where she still lives today. Eilish shared that her debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, along with her EP Don’t Smile at Me were all created and recorded in her brother’s bedroom. The episode wraps up with a heartfelt appearance by her mom and an ardent rendition of “When the Party’s Over.”

Catch the full segment above and read up on all of Bille Eilish’s accolades this year on the HB100.

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