She is a household name who made Grammy history earlier this year.
But Billie Eilish threw it back to her younger days as she marked her 19th birthday on Instagram on Friday.
The future Grammy winner wore a baby pink bucket hat over her blonde locks and a playful long-sleeve top as she gazed towards the camera with her big blue eyes.
Future superstar: Billie Eilish celebrated her 19th birthday with a cherubic childhood photo on Thursday
Billie nowadays rocks a head full of jet black hair with neon green highlights, but the photo captured her natural blonde locks.
’19,’ Billie captioned the snap.
Fans sent their birthday love to Billie in the comments section, where they also remarked on how ‘cute’ she looked in the throwback.
Billie is not even out of her teens and has already become an international music sensation.
Living the dream! In 2020, she became the youngest artist to win the top four categories at the Grammys, including Album Of The Year
First look: On Tuesday, a trailer was released for the upcoming documentary Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry
Getting the word out: Eilish teased the film’s development earlier this year before its official announcement in September
In 2020, she became the youngest artist to win the top four categories at the Grammys, including Album Of The Year.
The hit-maker will be giving fans a rare and intimate look at her family life in the upcoming series Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry.
The newly-released trailer begins with Eilish demonstrating a secret handshake with her brother and producer Finneas, which they mess up and try a second time.
An amateur video taken by one of the singer’s friends depicts the aftermath of her successful driver’s test, and she later remarks that she’s happy about the solitary aspects of driving her own car.
Getting a closer look: The film will detail the process behind the creation of the singer’s debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
Family matters: The trailer featured much footage of the singer with her family members, including her mother
Eilish is then seen relaxing in her parents’ bed, which she sleeps in, ‘because I’m scared of monsters in my room’; a shot of her hugging her mother and pulling her into bed is then shown.
Another shot of the No Time To Die singer with her mother is shown, and to answer her daughter’s question about the reason behind coping and missing people, the singer’s mother answers: ‘because it hurts.’
The two are seen in their driveway, where Eilish is washing her car; she also sprays her mom with a hose.
Big name: The feature is directed by RJ Cutler, who previously produced the political documentary The War Room
Footage from one of the singer’s performances is then shown, where she tells her audience that: ‘You guys need to be okay, cause y’all are the reason I’m okay, okay?’
After Eilish is seen getting off of a call with someone close to her, a montage of clips from her various concerts ensues, the first part of which depicts an instance where she addressed a large crowd.
She can be seen stating that: ‘I just want us all to be in the moment for this song because…we never think about what’s happening right now. And this is happening right now. We are never going to be in this moment ever again.’
Afterwards, a number of clips from her times on the red carpet are contrasted with some more intimate moments, including a shot of her crying in a car as she sits next to her brother.
Getting personal: During the trailer, Eilish can be seen interacting with her fans and asking about how they were doing during a certain show
To offset the images, the producers inserted some home footage of Eilish as a child talking to her parents, which ends the trailer.
In addition to following the singer around for various concerts and press events, the documentary will reportedly depict the creative process behind her debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
The film was first speculated to have been in development in 2019, with Eilish herself commenting on its existence earlier this year.
The documentary is set to be released on Apple TV+ on February 26, 2021.
Early interest: Speculation about the project’s existence began in 2019, with rumors circulating until Eilish’s initial comments about the film were made
Looking back: The upcoming feature will also utilize never-before-seen home footage from the singer’s youth
Coming soon: The documentary is set to debut on the AppleTV+ streaming service on February 26, 2021