Billie Eilish interrupted her set at the Governor’s Ball festival last weekend (September 24) to call out security for “not paying attention”.
The singer was headlining the New York-based festival when an apparent incident occurred in the crowd, which she went on to reference.
“Security, why aren’t you paying attention? Like, for real,” she told the crowd in a video which can be seen below.
After continuing to perform her single ‘Everything I Wanted’ for a moment, she then turned her focus back to the security, adding: “One job, please.”
“Everybody good? Are you OK?” Eilish added. The incident in question is still unclear.
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Eilish is currently on tour in support of her recent second album, ‘Happier Than Ever’. The night after her Governor’s Ball performance, she and her brother Finneas joined Coldplay for a special rendition of ‘Fix You’ at the Global Citizen Live event.
The charity gigs took place in numerous cities across the world during a 24-hour broadcast and livestream on Saturday (September 25).
At the New York leg Coldplay were the headliners, and were joined by Eilish and Finneas to share a touching rendition of one of their most famous songs.
‘Happier Than Ever’ came out at the end of July. In a five-star review of the album, NME wrote: “Though it’s unlikely that her place among their ranks was ever in doubt anyway, ‘Happier Than Ever’ fully establishes Billie Eilish as one of her generation’s most significant pop artists – and, better still, does so without repeating a single trick from the debut that turned her life upside down.”