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BILLIE IDOL

THE NEWEST POP STAR ON THE BLOCK IS Billie Eilish, A 17-YEAR-OLD LOS ANGELES NATIVE WITH A HAUNTING VOICE AND A PERCEPTIVE WORLDVIEW. FROM A TOUR STOP IN AUSTRALIA, SHE TALKS ABOUT HER NO. 1 ALBUM AND FINDING “FIRE” AIRPORT FOOD.

Billie Eilish cannot stop thinking about New Zealand. “The show in Auckland was the most peak-life moment of my whole life so far,” says the singer of a recent date on her current world tour. “Honestly, I can’t get it out of my head.” But Eilish’s affection isn’t contained to the southernmost country in Oceania: She’s also losing it over Australia. “That s--- is so beautiful!” she says on the phone from

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