Harry Styles credits Billie Eilish with assisting him in coming to terms with his own age and career. Since his debut as a singer in One Direction, Styles has matured significantly. He recorded his own songs after leaving the band, which became hits and topped the music charts.
After acting in Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk in 2015, Harry expanded his career beyond music. He received a lot of appreciation for his performance. In the post-credit scene of Eternals, he made his MCU debut as Thanos’ brother Eros. Styles will now star in Don’t Worry Darling, directed by his girlfriend Olivia Wilde, who also has a part in the film.
Harry Styles has gone a long way, and he now credits Billie Eilish with helping him realise his maturity. The ‘As It Was’ singer revealed he had a “very major moment” of revelation “when Billie Eilish first blew out” when talking about his third solo album, “Harry’s House,” which drops this Friday with Zane Lowe.
“I think being in the band was always fun and thrilling for me because we were young.” “And I had a moment where I felt like, ‘I’m not that young anymore,’ seeing her accomplish this at such a young age,” Harry Styles remarked. Eilish, Billie He said, “completely shattered the spell for me in a way that I’m quite grateful for.” Styles continued, “It’s probably weird since I’ve never told her that.”
Eilish became a worldwide success after the release of her song “Ocean Eyes” in 2015. Her talent led to her writing a song for the most recent James Bond film, No Time to Die. Eilish previously stated that creating a theme for the 007 franchise was her dream. Her song for the Daniel Craig film won her an Academy Award.