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Watch Billie Eilish Perform ‘Your Power’ On ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’

Eilish and her brother Finneas took to the desert for an exclusive acoustic performance.

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Billie Eilish took to the desert to give her first television performance of “Your Power”, aired during The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. You can check it out below.

Matching the color scheme from the song’s music video, Eilish performed the song acoustically while sitting on a stage in the middle of a desert, with her brother Finneas sitting beside her playing an acoustic guitar.

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In an interview with Colbert, Eilish revealed that she had been platinum blonde for longer than we’d thought, even wearing a wig resembling her famous black-and-green do for her appearance on the show in February.

“I knew it would have these processing periods where it would look insane, and I didn’t want to look insane,” Eilish said of her hair.
“But I needed something quick – so I literally ordered a Billie Eilish Halloween costume wig on Amazon. It was awful. It was the ugliest thing I’ve ever seen.”

“Your Power” is the third song we’ve heard so far from Eilish’s forthcoming second album Happier Than Ever. It followed the release of Eilish’s two 2020 singles, “My Future” and “Therefore I Am”.

Happier Than Ever was announced last month, and is set for release on Friday July 30. While announcing the project, Eilish said it’s her favorite thing she’s ever created.

“I can’t even tell you,” she wrote. “I’ve never felt so much love for a project than I do for this one. Hope you feel what I feel.”

Last week, Eilish was announced as one of four co-chairs for the 2021 Met Gala, with the theme of ‘In America: A Lexicon Of Fashion’.

Eilish makes history as the youngest co-chair of the iconic fashion event, at only 19 years old. The event will also be co-chaired by actor Timothee Chalamet, poet Amanda Gorman and tennis star Naomi Osaka. The four co-hosts will be joined by honorary chairs Tom Ford, Anna Wintour and Adam Mosseri.

Happier Than Ever is out on July 30 and can be pre-ordered here.

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