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Hear Billie Eilish and Lana Del Rey sing “Ocean Eyes” in gorgeous harmonies at Coachella

Hear Billie Eilish and Lana Del Rey sing “Ocean Eyes” in gorgeous harmonies at Coachella

On Friday night, Lana Del Rey invited Billie Eilish to the stage while she was headlining the Coachella festival in Indio, California. The award-winning songwriters performed two tunes together, Eilish's 2016 hit “Ocean Eyes” and Del Rey's hit song “Video Games” from her 2012 studio album. born to die.

“This is the voice of our generation, the voice of your generation,” Del Rey said when she invited Eilish to the stage. “I am so grateful that she is standing next to me now and singing my favorite song.”

Eilish laughed in response, telling Del Rey to “get the fuck out” of her face. Fortunately, they both laughed and then chimed in.

Eilish also took some time in front of the massive crowd to talk about how much she loves Del Rey, saying, “This is why half of you are bitches… including me! Lana Del Rey, guys, come on!”

The 38-year-old star also invited musicians Jon Batiste and Jack Antonoff to perform her song “Candy Necklace” and a rendition of “Hope Is a Dangerous Thing for a Woman Like Me—but I Have It.”

Eilish and Del Rey have been huge fans of each other for years and were even paired together for an issue Interview magazine.

“I remember seeing the first videos of you singing and I said to my manager, 'She's the one,'” Del Rey told Eilish. “I was like, 'This is the girl.' She's not just talented. You can tell she's cute. It didn't feel like you were aspiring to be anything. It's crazy that she has this magical quality.”

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Eilish was also full of praise for her hero, telling her: “She really paved the way for everyone. People have been trying to look like you since you first started. I talk about this with Phineas [Eilish’s brother]. It changed the way the music business hears and sees music, and it changed the way people sing.