Inside Billie Eilish's Emotional New Documentary

Billie Eilish is sharing an intimate look into her personal life through her upcoming documentary Billie Eilish: The World's A Little Blurry. The first official trailer was released in December 2020 and promised to give an "unfiltered and up-close-and-personal look into Eilish's life during a deeply transformative journey to the top," as noted by Collider.

Eilish's life changed when she shared her song (written by her brother and main collaborator Finneas Baird O'Connell) "Ocean Eyes" on SoundCloud. The recording went viral and led her to a record contract with Darkroom/Interscope Records (per Open Mic UK), which is the label for renowned artists like Madonna, Lady Gaga, Maroon 5, and Selena Gomez. Her debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? reached the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 200 chart following its release and scored the singer five Grammys.

Although the teen sensation admitted to being "terrified" about her documentary (per NME), the project is moving full steam ahead. Before its Feb. 26, 2021 release date, fans were given a new peek into the documentary and Eilish's life in a second trailer — and it is quite revealing. Let's take a look inside Billie Eilish's emotional new documentary.

Billie Eilish's new documentary reveals her inner struggles

Directed by R.J. Cutler, Billie Eilish: The World's A Little Blurry takes a look into Billie Eilish's internal struggles and her parents' thoughts on her being a teenager in the spotlight. The film's second trailer starts with Eilish and producer brother Finneas O'Connell making music in their childhood home and then cuts to Eilish waking up in bed. "This is my parents' bed and I sleep in here because I'm scared of monsters," the "Bury a Friend" singer says. Her concerned mother then reflects on the importance of being there for a child who is experiencing such sudden fame at a young age. "I honestly don't know how any artist of any age is doing it without a parent," she admits.

The trailer then shows the singer describing how she has used her own pain to create art that hopefully helps and inspires others. "I look into the crowd and I see every single person in there is going through something," she says. "I have the same problem. I was like, 'Why don't I turn this into art instead of just living with it?'" 

The trailer ends by showing intimate moments between the "Bad Guy" singer and her fans, with Eilish embracing them and telling them they "need to be okay" because they're her reason for being okay. Eilish clearly has a unique relationship with her fans, and through her emotional documentary, she can connect with the world even more.