How to watch ‘Billie Eilish: The world is a little blurry’ on Apple TV Plus

Billie Eilish is taking fans inside her home and family life in a new emotional documentary, Billie Eilish: The world is a bit blurry.

The Apple TV + documentary premieres Friday, February 26, chronicling the young GRAMMY winner’s meteoric rise to fame and the unique connection she has with her devoted legion of fans.

Since the recording of his debut album, When we all fall asleep, where do we go? In her childhood room with her producer and older brother, Finneas, to her struggles with the whirlwind of stardom, director RJ Cutler is exploring the ways the 19-year-old artist has channeled her own pain and fear into a catalyst for healing and acceptance through her art.

“I look at the crowd and I see that all the people who are there are going through something,” Eilish shares in a trailer for the documentary. “I have the same problem. I was like, ‘Why don’t I turn this into art instead of just living with it?”

How to watch Billie Eilish: the world a bit fuzzy: The documentary will premiere on Apple TV +, which can be accessed through the Apple TV app, which is available on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV, in addition to some compatible third-party smart TVs, Roku, and Fire TV devices. . You can also watch Apple TV + in a browser at

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The documentary will premiere as part of a live-streamed event on Thursday, February 25, which will include special video packages from the film, an interview with Cutler, and an exclusive and intimate performance and conversation with Eilish especially for her fans, all hosted by Apple Music host and DJ Zane Lowe. The event will kick off at 6:00 pm PT / 9:00 pm ET, and will be available to stream for free via the Apple TV app, the Apple Music app, and Eilish’s YouTube channel. Immediately after the event, Billie Eilish: the world a bit fuzzy It will debut on Apple TV + for all subscribers.

Take a look to Billie Eilish: the world a bit fuzzy in the video below.


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