American Singer and songwriter Billie Eilish sheds light on the fear she felt after being slingshot into fame.

Eilish addressed her personal worries while speaking with Magazine. She began by telling the outlet just how scared she got when a stampede of people started recognizing her in public.

While recalling the emotions of that moment Eilish added, “It was a nightmare and it scared the living hell out of me, because I was just turned into this prop I’ve never been so scared.”

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She even added, “It was like, a huge stampede. In those three months, I’d gotten bigger, but I didn’t know it until I was in that situation.”

“There’s no sign that a famous person exists within 200 feet of this area. I mean, it’s really funny. I have to remind myself what my life actually is to the outside world because I just forget sometimes.”

Because of the emotions, “From that day on, I didn’t go anywhere. I didn’t do anything. I was so flipped out by what had happened and how powerless I felt.”

The main reason was that, while “I was the level of fame that needs security, but also the level of fame where you don’t really have the resources .”

Before concluding Eilish said, “I haven’t thought like, ‘What am I gonna do when I grow up?’ since I was, I think, 15. Because I was doing the thing that I’m gonna be doing forever.”