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Billie Eilish's Comments on Tiktokers Racks Massive Approval

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By Jaden Francis - - 5 Mins Read
Billie Eilish arrives for the Spotify Best New Artist 2020 Party on January 23, 2020 in Los Angeles, CA
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At the recent People's Choice Awards ceremony, pop sensation Billie Eilish made headlines for winning an award and making a thought-provoking comment about Tiktokers.


Her statement was received with enthusiastic applause from many online users.


The response to Billie Eilish's comment was diverse, with some applauding her for articulating a widely felt sentiment that others may have wished to voice.


To help you grasp the full picture, let's delve into the details.


Billie Eilish was heard discussing the number of "TikTokers" present at the 2024 People's Choice Awards, and her comments have got the internet debating about content creators attending Hollywood.


The internet buzzed with discussions as opinions on the matter have made the headlines.


On Sunday, February 18th, the artist who sang "What Was I Made For?" appeared at the People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles.


While in attendance, Eilish sat at a table beside Australian pop star Kylie Minogue, and their conversation was captured by cameras, where Eilish could be heard sharing her thoughts on the guest list.


During their conversation, Billie Eilish was caught whispering something to Minogue and attempting to conceal her words by covering her mouth.


She then gestured toward something behind her. The cameras present at the event captured a portion of their exchange, in which Eilish mentioned the presence of TikTokers by saying, "There's some like TikTokers here."


Eilish's seeming remarks about influencer culture dominating the entertainment industry are receiving applause from viewers after the video was watched over 2.7 million times on X, formerly known as Twitter.



Several fans affirmed in the comments that the comment was very well necessary. However some netizens picked out the fact that the singer said the word "Tiktokers" in a way that seemed degrading.

"she said "tiktokers" like its a slur word," a viewer commented.

However, others applauded her statement, saying she was just being "real" about an issue that needed to be addressed.


Numerous influencers and content creators, including Tana Mongeau, James Charles, Bobbi Althoff, Noah Miller, Drew Afualo, Alix Earle, and Brianna LaPaglia, received invitations to attend the People's Choice Awards held at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California.


In the meantime, Billie Eilish had a fairly successful night as she won the award for TV Performance of the Year for her role in the black comedy horror television miniseries Swarm.


Although she was also nominated for Pop Artist of the Year, alongside Doja Cat, Dua Lipa, Jung Kook, Miley Cyrus, Olivia Rodrigo, and Tate McRae, the coveted prize was ultimately awarded to Taylor Swift.


The awards show had numerous unforgettable moments, including Sydney Sweeney and Glen Powell's performance of "Unwritten" alongside Natasha Bedingfield on stage. 


The popular song from 2004 was featured in the romantic comedy, Anyone But You, which the duo starred in during 2023.


While presenting an award, Powell confessed to feeling anxious, prompting Sweeney to soothe his nerves by singing "Unwritten."


After the actor expressed doubt, Sweeney declared, "Alright, we need to bring out the heavy artillery."


Bedingfield subsequently took to the stage amidst a round of applause and completed the song.


As the debate continues, one thing is clear – Billie Eilish's comment has sparked a conversation about the role of TikTok in the entertainment industry and its influence on the cultural climate.