Billie Eilish performs “When the Party’s Over” on ‘Ellen’

She also sat for an interview about her celebrity fans and her Tourette syndrome.

Aptly introduced by Ellen DeGeneres as “the most talked about teen in music,” Billie Eilish recently took over the comedian/host’s stage to deliver a beautifully minimal rendition of “When the Party’s Over.”

Eilish, fresh from the release of her debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, was accompanied only by her brother and songwriting partner Finneas O’Connell for the performance. She sat in isolation upon a chair in a shallow pool of water to sing the affecting ballad. The live audience watched on in awe, chiming in on the jilted cry of “call me back” midway through the song.

Aside from the performance, Eilish took the time to chat with DeGeneres on her show. The interview varied drastically, from running down Eilish’s star-studded fan club—the list includes Sporty Spice, Sam Smith, Thom Yorke and Dave Grohl—to discussing her love of Justin Bieber and plight with Tourette syndrome.

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Watch Eilish perform “When the Party’s Over”:

And watch Eilish discuss Tourette’s with DeGeneres:

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