“Today Is A Really, Really Dark Day For Women”

Billie Eilish Protests US Supreme Court's Ruling On Roe v Wade
Billie Eilish Speaks On US Supreme Court’s Ruling On Roe v Wade (Pic Credit: Instagram)

Billie Eilish, who turned the youngest singer ever to headline on the 50-year-old Glastonbury Festival in England, used her set to protest the US Supreme Court’s resolution to finish the constitutional proper to abortion, stories BBC News.

“Today is a very, actually darkish day for girls within the US,” the 20-year-old pop star stated from the long-lasting Pyramid Stage. “I’m simply going to say that as a result of I can’t bear to assume about it any longer,” she added.

Billie went on to dedicate ‘Your Power’, a music about older males who abuse their place, to everybody affected.

On Friday, the US Supreme Court overturned a 50-year-old ruling generally known as Roe v. Wade that assured nationwide abortion rights for girls. The resolution means thousands and thousands of ladies throughout the US will lose their legal proper to abortion as particular person states will be capable to make their very own legal guidelines on it.

Earlier this month, provides ‘Variety’, Billie Eilish world premiered a brand new music titled ‘TV’ at a Manchester live performance, and it included the next lyric: “The web’s gone wild watching movie stars on trial / While they’re overturning Roe v. Wade.”

She later advised the online journal NME in an interview released on the identical day because the U.S. Supreme Court judgment: “I used to be on this state of melancholy, shedding my very own rights to my very own physique, after which I’d go on the web and it could be folks giving their tackle this [Johnny Depp-Amber Heard] trial. “Who f***ing offers a f***? Women are shedding rights for his or her our bodies, so why are we speaking about celebrities’ divorce trials? Who offers a shit? Let them determine it out on their very own. The web bothers the s*** out of me generally.”

It’s not simply Billie Eilish that spoke on the overturning of Roe v Wade. Several different celebrities like Taylor Swift, Padma Lakshmi, Ariana DeBose, Kim Kardashian, and Patricia Arquette voiced their opinion on the identical.

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