Billie Eilish Joins TikTok And Her Username Will Surprise You
Billie Eilish recently joined the video-sharing platform, TikTok.
Last week, the Grammy-winning singer uploaded her first video on the platform using the popular Time Warp Scan filter to try the “perfect nose” trend, where people use the filter to see what they would look like with a nose job.
The fans were quite excited to see more of Eilish’s content, but what really got the internet going was her, interesting choice of username. Her TikTok username is @coochiedestroyer5. Sadly, the singer has changed her username to @billieeilish and her account has now been verified.
The comments were filled with fans and influencers who appeared to have accidentally stumbled across her supposed account, with James Charles saying “oh my god lmaooo” and Cristian Dennis predicting “she’s gonna take over the app, I’m so excited.”
So far, Eilish has only shared two TikTok videos. The second video shows her shoving the head of a ukulele in her mouth. “Do you guys remember when I was 15, and I fit an entire ukulele head in my mouth? Should we see if I can do it again? I very much doubt it but I shall try,” she said. Regardless, the username has certainly given people a laugh, and fans are excited at the prospect of her posting more on the platform.
Plenty of stars have begun their career on the app, including Charli D’Amelio and Addison Rae, whereas many celebrities and singers from the entertainment industry have made their way onto the app to join in the fun, including Jason Derulo.
Eilish’s username led to a huge reaction on Twitter. Take a look at them below.
so no ones gonna talk abt how billie eilish made her tiktok username coochiedestroyer😀😀is she…….like did she just……..
— sarah🐉 (@svraahh) November 12, 2020
BILLIE EILISH ACCEPTED MY FOLLOW REQUEST ON TIKTOK !!!!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/0bgJSCCyMw
— RENEE| trueblue (@billiesh0stage) November 12, 2020
Eilish is the youngest woman to win the Album Of The Year at 2019 Grammys. She won four major categories for her album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? The previous record was held by Taylor Swift for her album Fearless, back in 2010.