Billie Eilish Shares Video of Herself Pooping to Hit Back at Troll Criticizing Her 2022 Oscars Dress
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The 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?' artist shares a perfect clapback after one TikTok user includes her name on the list of the 'worse-dressed' from this year's Academy Awards.

AceShowbiz - Billie Eilish has a perfect way to shut haters up. After her dress at the 2022 Oscars got criticized by one TikTok user, the "Bad Guy" hitmaker fired back at the troll by posting a video of herself pooping.

Billie offered her clapback after the TikTok user put her name on the list of the "worse-dressed" from this year's Academy Awards. As a photo of the 20-year-old on the red carpet showed up, the individual argued, "I've had enough of her s**t."

In the snap, the "Happier Than Ever" songstress wore a black dress that Vogue described as "designer Alessandro Michele's tiered, ruffled, off-the-shoulder gown with a dramatic train." Entertainment Tonight, meanwhile, called it "an all-black tulle dress by Gucci."

In response to the criticism, Billie dueted the video by adding a clip of herself sitting on the toilet with her pants down. She then gave a peace sign to the camera before turning it into a middle finger. In the caption, she wrote, "I HAVEN'T had enough of my s**t. I am s**tting right now."

That aside, Billie had a lot to celebrate on Sunday night, March 27. Aside from performing "No Time to Die" soundtrack at the 94th annual show, she and her brother FINNEAS O'Connell took home their first Oscar for Best Original Song for the track.

Having become the second-youngest winner ever in the category, Billie told the press backstage following her victory, "I went from 14 to 20, that will do it." She added, "I was also a very young teenager. You know teenagers - it's just growth and aging. I'm super happy."

"I feel like I'm just coming into being aware of what is good and around me. When you're that young, it's hard to understand how big of a deal things are around you, how important things are," the Grammy-winning artist continued. "I was a kid, and I didn't know… I'm so thrilled that growing up has taught me to be more aware of the greatness around me."

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