Singapore superfan hawks ‘Billie Eilish’s air’ for S$15,000

A listing of American singer Billie Eilish’s ‘air’ from her concert on Sunday. Photos: Rev1on/Carousell
A listing of American singer Billie Eilish’s ‘air’ from her concert on Sunday. Photos: Rev1on/Carousell

A Billie Eilish fan claims to have gone home with something precious from the American pop sensation’s weekend show in Singapore. 

A seller on buy-and-sell platform Carousell has listed a plastic bag of “Billie Eilish’s air” for S$15,000 (US$10,755) days after Eilish played the Singapore National Stadium.

“I stood at the very front and managed to get her air in the plastic when she scream her lungs out during the concert! For those who missed the concert u can buy this!! Very rare air!!” @Rev1on wrote.

Photos of the listing showed a small translucent plastic bag tied with a string, and a close-up photo of Eilish on stage at Sunday’s concert. 

The dealer went the extra mile to make sure that the bag would be placed in an “air tight container” so that none of her precious lung gasses would escape.

Reactions to the listing included people expecting Eilish’s “odour” or “fart” to be listed next and asking if there was more than one bag collected. One serious soul questioned the integrity of the air-harvesting process.

“[M]y question is how did the person [managed] to catch just only her air ? Isn’t the air mixed with the audiences too?” Thornlessoul wrote.

The 20-year-old, seven-time Grammy winner stopped by Singapore as part of her Happier Than Ever, The World Tour. Tonight she plays Bangkok. 

On Monday, she posted photos from her stay in the city-state including shots on the street, at the pool, and in a go-kart.

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