Billie Eilish gets an unexpected Victorian bride makeover on new magazine cover

Singer/songwriter Billie Eilish posed for V Magazine's cover. (Photo by Jim Bennett/Getty Images)

Billie Eilish is having a memorable day.

Eilish's "Bad Guy" has knocked out Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road" from the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100, a place the country rap song, featuring Billy Ray Cyrus, enjoyed for a record-breaking 19-week run. "Bad Guy," which was recently re-released with a verse by Justin Bieber, is Eilish's first No. 1.

On top of gaining the coveted spot at the top of the chart, V Magazine dropped their 20th-anniversary cover featuring Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O'Connell, and fans cannot get over how unrecognizable the singer looks.

Eilish traded in her go-to style of baggy shirts, green hair, and the occasional beanie for, what appears to be, a Victorian-era bridal ensemble.

Alex White, the editor and fashion stylist for the shoot, revealed that the singer is wearing a Gucci cape, top, and pants. For accessories, Eilish is wearing a Tiffany & Co. ring and a Bulgari necklace, made with 18K white gold and set with approximately 70 carats of pavé diamonds, on her head. The Serpenti necklace is worth $325,000.

“I have always been a person that wants to dress loud. I always wanted to look loud. I’ve always wanted people to look up at me. I’ve always wanted people to notice me,” Eilish said in the interview with fellow musician Pharrell Williams. “And that’s been a part of me since before any of the fame s**t happened … I just love clothes, and I just don’t feel comfortable wearing regular-ass s**t, I really don’t. My comfort zone is outside of my comfort zone. I like to be a little uncomfortable.”

Some fans found they could only write one word regarding Eilish's untraditional look. "Goddess," one person commented on V Magazine's Instagram post. Another wrote, "Obsessed."

Similar comments included, “She looks like a greek goddess,” and “She’s literally an icon of our time.”

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