How Billie Eilish is taking inspiration from Kim Kardashian

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It looks like Billie Eilish is following in the footsteps of Kim Kardashian as she's set to make her TV presenting debut with her very own episode of Saturday Night Live. Announcing the news, the NBC comedy show revealed the 19-year-old would host an episode in December, as well as performing as a musical guest.

Taking to her Instagram to share the exciting news with her 96 million followers, Billie said: "AHHHHHH!!! I’M HOSTING AND PERFORMING ON SNL!!! CRAAAAZY I COULD SCREAM!"

The 'Bad Guy' singer added, "December 11th!! See you then!!"

It'll be the first time Billie hosts an episode of the hit show, although she already appeared on the series back in 2019 to perform a few of her songs for the 45th season premiere. Earlier this year, reality TV star Kim also made her presenting debut on the show, where she met her now-boyfriend Pete Davidson. Other famous faces who've presented the show in the past include Bridgerton's Regé-Jean Page, Awkwafina and Amy Schumer.

It's been a busy year for Billie so far. Over the summer she released her second studio album, Happier Than Ever, and picked up not one but two Grammy's at March's ceremony. She also overhauled her aesthetic, trading in her iconic black and green hair for a classic blonde bob – which she showed off as she walked the carpet at September's Met Gala in a stunning Oscar de la Renta gown. She also signed up to headline 2022's Glastonbury festival too, making her the youngest ever solo headliner.

We can't wait to see what the singer does next...

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