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17 June 2021, 16:13 | Updated: 3 February 2022, 11:51
Billie Eilish has got a small collection of tattoos now from her hip to her chest - but how many inkings does she have? And what do they mean? Here's a full guide.
Billie Eilish had getting a tattoo on her bucket list for quite some time as a teenager, and after she turned 18 she made sure to tick it off.
Now, the 'NDA' singer has managed to get herself a few inkings all with a certain meaning to them.
In 2020 Billie revealed she finally went under the needle and got her first tattoo, but said fans would never get to see it but when she graced the cover of British Vogue however, she had a change of heart.
Billie revealed her hip tattoo as she posed in a Burberry corset and jacket, and she looked incredible.
She also showed off another inking on her chest. But what are the mysterious tattoos and what do they mean? We’re taking a closer look at Billie’s tattoos and what they really mean to her:
Right after the 2020 Grammys, Billie got 'Eilish' tattooed at the top of her torso, in gothic font.
She revealed to Rolling Stone magazine her inkings often lead fans to ask if she's in the illuminati.
Billie spilled: "That’s why it’s hilarious when I see, like, ‘10 reasons why we think Billie Eilish is in the illuminati,’ I’m like, you know how regular I am, dude?”
While it’s not clear what Billie’s tattoo, which reaches from her stomach to her thigh, fans believe it’s a design of a dragon snaking up her hip.
The dragon holds a range of meanings, including freedom of the soul but also protection.
It also apparently symbolises power, and Billie’s strong-minded attitude and determination is one of the many reasons she’s so adored.
In her interview with Vanity Fair in Nomveber last year Billie said she’d gotten her first tattoo, “but you won’t ever see it.”
Fast forward to her Vogue shoot and it was in full display, but as the ‘Bad Guy’ singer rightfully explained in her interview: “Suddenly you're a hypocrite if you want to show your skin. Showing your body and showing your skin — or not — should not take any respect away from you."
Maybe we should get that tattooed?