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Billie Eilish Launches Toy Collection Inspired By Her Music Videos

Made in partnership with Playmates Toys and Bravado, the new range launches on October 15.

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Billie Eilish has launched a toy collection inspired by the videos for hit singles “Bad Guy” and “All The Good Girls Go To Hell”.
Made in partnership with Playmates Toys and Bravado, the new range launches on October 15 through Eilish’s official website.

The ‘Bad Guy’ doll stands 10.5 inches tall and features a life-like sculpture of the singer in her yellow sweatsuit and comes in a box that transforms into a backdrop inspired by the music video.

The new toy collection comes after Eilish recently launched her own signature ukulele with Fender. Described as “a bold take on the four-string classic”, the new instrument has a built-in preamp and its body is adorned with Eilish’s signature “blohsh” symbol.

The ukulele was the first instrument Eilish picked up when she was six years old, on which she learned to play her first song – The Beatles‘ “I Will”. She’s since used the ukulele on her own songs, such as “Party Favor” and “8”.

Elsewhere in Billie Eilish news, it was recently revealed that the singer and her brother Finneas will kick off the Grammy Museum’s new streaming service called COLLECTION:live this month.

The service will feature newly produced artist interviews, performances, and livestreams, as well as special releases from the Grammy Museum archive.

“Without the Grammy Museum, we wouldn’t have gotten to experience or learn about so many important artists before us,” said Finneas. “Their programs provide a unique access, insight, and education that we consider hugely instrumental in our own careers and musical development.”

“It’s an honor to be part of this new series and to support the Grammy Museum, a place that had such a huge impact on us growing up,” said Eilish.

The Grammy Museum’s COLLECTION:live will also feature exclusive releases from the Museum’s archive including Eilish and Finneas’ 2019 interview and performance at the Museum.

Listen to the best of Billie Eilish on Apple Music and Spotify.

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