The 18-year-old singer is already famous around the world at a very young age, but even a star like Billie Eilish has her own quirks, problems and, above all, her fears. The musician has now confessed that she often sleeps in her parents' bed instead of her own because she believes there are monsters in her bedroom that she is afraid of.
Billie opened up about some very private things in a short teaser clip for her upcoming Apple TV+ documentary 'Billie Eilish: The World's A Little Blurry', which was released on YouTube on Tuesday. Fear of her own demons and the monsters in her room was also an issue. She explains in the trailer while lying on a bed, "This is my parents' bed. I fall asleep here because I'm scared of monsters in my room."
Billie has opened up about her sleep issues in the past. For example, as she explained earlier this year, she finds it difficult to fall asleep and is often plagued by severe nightmares. “I recently fell asleep sitting on an airplane for the first time in ages. I had sleep paralysis three times. I have a lot of strange sleeping problems. I have these horrible dreams and things. Sleep paralysis, night terrors… It takes forever to fall asleep. I don't understand how people can fall asleep instantly - it's so weird to me."