Billie Eilish Opens Up About Sexuality, Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘Can’t Catch Me Now’ Video & More | Billboard News

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Olivia Rodrigo dropped the music video for her new track “Can’t Catch Me Now” for ‘The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes.’ In a recent interview, PinkPantheress gave her unfiltered thoughts on her biggest hit to date. Billie Eilish opened up to ‘Variety’ about being physically attracted to women, not feeling like a woman and more. Lady A stopped by Billboard News and talked about going back to their roots, their upcoming tour, finding longevity in the industry and more. K-pop group Stray Kids will be the sixth performer at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday, November 19th.

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Olivia Rodrigo opens up about her new tracks. Billie Eilish is candid about her sexuality. The Stray Kids are playing the BBMAs. PinkPantherss is not happy with her hit. And we have Lady A in the studio.

Hey, ya’ll! Welcome to Billboard News for Tuesday, November 14th. We’ve got a lot of News including updates on the BBMAs so let’s get into it.

First, with a girl who likes to spill her ‘GUTS.’ You can’t catch Olivia Rodrigo but we caught her at ‘The Hunger Games’ premiere as she dropped the video for her song from the soundtrack.

Where my ‘The Hunger Game’ fans at? Olivia Rodrigo just dropped the video for “Can’t Catch Me Now” from ‘The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes’ soundtrack. Just last night Olivia hit the carpet at the premiere and chatted with ‘The Hollywood Reporter’s Tiffany Taylor about creating the song with the character Lucy Gray in mind.

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