Billie Eilish suffered a wardrobe malfunction but she managed to see the funny side of it.
The Bad Guy singer, 19, was filming a TikTok from behind-the-scenes of her music video for Lost Cause with a group of friends and she sported a low-cut grey top.
But the top proved to be a little on the skimpy side, as her breasts accidentally fell out of it as she danced with her pals.
In the clip, Billie, who also sported a brown puffer jacket and a hat, could be seen jumping and twerking.
Her top slipped down not once but twice, though that didn’t stop her from having fun with her mates.
She protected her modesty by covering her bare boobs with a ghost emoji.
Sharing the video to the platform, Billie captioned it: “T*****s was falling out.”
Billie also shared the hilarious clip to her Instagram account, writing: “Lost Cause song and video out now. We had the time of our lives being hot and shooting this hehehe. Enjoy LOL.”
The popstar seems to have undergone a change in her image of late.
She previously preferred to keep covered up in baggy clothes, but since posing in a stunning photoshoot for Vogue magazine, she wears more revealing clothing.
Billie predicted that the risque outfits she wore in the shoot would get a negative reaction.
Revealing what she thought her critics would say, Billie said: “If you’re about body positivity, why would you wear a corset? Why wouldn’t you show your actual body?”
“My thing is that I can do whatever I want,” Billie defiantly declared.
Billie also recently ditched her trademark black and green hair.
She now sports a short blonde hairstyle with a full fringe.
Speaking about bleaching her locks, Billie told her Instagram followers: : “Honestly [it’s] so healthy and I wasn’t expecting that at all.
“It’s actually healthier than it’s been in a longggggggg time.”
Another fan asked why she had previously hidden her blonde hair beneath her black and green wig.
Billie replied: “Cause it took six weeks to accomplish… this was the first round.”
Her makeover comes after a hugely successful few months for the singer.
At the Grammys back in March, her title track for the upcoming James Bond film No Time To Die won the award for Best Song Written for Visual Media.