Singer Billy Eilish admitted to a rare disease.

At the age of 11, doctors discovered Tourette’s syndrome in the performer of the hit Bad Guy. In childhood, this disease was not very pronounced, but in adolescence, nervous tics became more frequent, which caused ridicule among peers.

Some people reacted sharply to involuntary symptoms of the disease, which greatly distressed young Billy. But this disorder of the nervous system did not prevent the singer from becoming a world-class star and setting trends not only in music, but also in clothing style.

“The most common reaction people have is they laugh, thinking I’m trying to be funny. And I always get incredibly offended by this, ”Eilish said during the show My Next Guest Needs No Introduction.

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