After honoring Billie Eilish with an Apple Music award and a concert she had at Steve Jobs Theater, Apple now bought rights for the documentary about the singer. As Billboard reports, the company paid $25 million for rights to film a documentary which follows Eilish’s life and career as she releases her first album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
The documentary won’t be available on Apple Music, but will be released through Apple TV+. It was co-produced by Eilish’s record label and the fans are dying to finally see it.
Born in 2001, Eilish is mega-popular among teenagers but also among other age groups. She stood out thanks to her musical talent, unique appearance, and hard work she’s been doing for the past several years. If you’re curious to learn more about this talented girl, you will be able to do so through the documentary soon!