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Which Restaurant Chain Just Called Billie Eilish Their 'Bestie'?

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By Favour Adegoke on February 21, 2024 at 9:30 AM EST

Billie Eilish recently took to social media to share a life update in the form of a photo dump with her fans, which she captioned "stuff from my phone."

The photos included an image from her outing to the 2024 Grammy Awards, a video clip of actress Sydney Sweeney at the PCAs, and a notable picture of the singer smiling at a food restaurant.

This comes after the singer received some heat and praise over comments she made about TikTokers at award shows.

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Billie Eilish Shares 'Stuff From My Phone'

Billie Eilish arrives for the Vanity Fair Oscar Party at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, California on Sunday, March 12, 2023. Photo by Chris Chew/UPI

On February Tuesday, the "Bad Guy" hitmaker shared a photo carousel on her Instagram page with her 110 million followers that featured random images from her phone.

The first photo featured Eilish sitting on the floor while holding a Grammy Award envelope that had "Song of the Year" written on it. The singer took home the prestigious award at the just concluded ceremony for her hit song, "What Was I Made For?" from the "Barbie" movie.

She donned a vintage Barbie-themed varsity jacket for the ceremony with a black skinny tie and black pants.

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A second image in the photo dump featured a close-up photo of Eilish's face with what appears to be a Giant Swallowtail butterfly perched on her forehead.

Also making an appearance in the photo dump was Eilish's rescue dog, Shark, posing in front of a black car. The singer lost her family dog, Pepper, in July last year after she passed away from old age.

Among the several random images Eilish posted was a video clip of actress Sydney Sweeney in a stunning red dress. Both Sweeney and Eilish attended the recent People's Choice Awards. For the outing, the singer donned a stunning stripped sweater vest on top of a long-sleeved shirt.

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Chipotle Calls Billie Eilish Their 'Bestie'

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Eilish's photo dump featured several random images of the star, and one particular saw her posing with two Chipotle employees at the restaurant.

The food company, spotting the photo, took to the singer's comment section to write, "Hey, bestie." Reacting to Chipotle's cheesy remark, fans of Eilish made several jokes about the interaction, with some going as far as asking for a collab between the singer and the company.

One person commented, "Imagine working at Chipotle and ending up on Billies Insta lmao." Another wrote, "Lmao Billie, why you took a picture of them people at Chipotle."

A third person noted, "THE CHIPOTLE FROM 'THEREFORE I AM' VIDEO," implying that the restaurant in the photo was the very same featured in the music video of Eilish's 2020 hit song, "Therefore I Am."

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One more comment read, "I used to be in that studio city [Chipotle] breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They always hooked it up."

The Singer Was Praised For Questioning TikTokers' Presence At The PCAs

Billie Eilish

Eilish's photo dump comes after she caused a stir on social media due to a video of her at the 2024 PCAs going viral, where she could be heard criticizing TikTokers.

In the video clip, Eilish tells Australian pop star Kylie Minogue, "There's some, like, TikTokers here," before using her thumb to gesture in the direction of the supposed TikTokers.

The video has since caused a heated debate over the presence of TikTok creators at award shows, with many fans praising Eilish for her comment.

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One person said on X (formerly Twitter): "Billie Eilish talking about the plague of TikTokers is hilarious."

Another said, "There are actually some talented Tiktokers, but idk why they invite the bad ones lmao."

A third person noted, "I don't know which was worse, the pandemic spreading or the spreading of cringe Tiktokers that were bred during [the] pandemic."

Some fans felt Eilish's comment was a bit harsh, with one individual claiming, "TikTokers play a significant role in her fame and success though." Another said, "Bashing internet celebrities when you became popular on the internet is wild."

Eilish has yet to comment on the uproar her brief remark has caused.

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