The Grammy winner celebrated her rescue pit bull dog Shark’s first birthday with an adorable Instagram tribute. She posted a series of clips of her playing with her dog, and revealing much more of her curvaceous figure that she usually covers up! Scroll down as the “Bad Guy” singer’s new era finally begins. Is Billie finally willing to shows herself off in new ways!
Billie Eilish took her Instagram page to post various videos of memorable, happy moments with the pup.
The “Ocean Eyes” singer shared sweet videos on her social media of the little dog riding in the car while she is driving, and playing in the backyard. We love the hilarious clip when Billie is riding her scooter and Shark is running after her like crazy.
“My sweet rescue baby boy was born a year ago today. You have made my life 1000x better happy birthday little shark.'
Our favorite is an image of her revealing her curvaceous figure, uncharacteristic behaviour from the iconic star that usually hides behind oversize clothes. Eilish looks stylish wearing a white tank top while cuddling the puppy.
The “My Future” singer was fostering the dog during the quarantine at the start of the pandemic in 2020 but decided to keep her pit bull pup rather than giving him up for adoption, even joking that she had failed at fostering.
Her decision to provide her new friend with a home is the best she has made as the pet helps her with mental health issues. Eilish encouraged her fans to do the same, promoting the Los Angeles based dog rescue Angel City Pit Bulls on her social media.
Of course, when you watch the video Billie is so happy that we couldn’t agree more
“If you’re thinking about fostering or adopting… this is your sign.”
After watching her enjoying life to the full we can’t wait for the new Apple TV+ documentary “The World's A Little Blurry” about her intimate moments as a coming-of-age story of the singer and her amazing meteoric rise to fame.
“The World's A Little Blurry” much awaited doc will be released in movie theaters in the US and is set to premiere globally on Apple TV+ on February 26th, 2021.