Billie Eilish releases new version of 'Bad Guy', features Justin Bieber

Billie Eilish Finally Collaborates With Justin Bieber on 'Bad Guy&apos Remix- Listen

Even if it's just a few lines of the song, we can be pretty sure that most of us would want to sing with our favorite singers. If there's anything else to cross off, after 'pop star' and 'fashion icon' on the list of all that Billie Eilish is, it'd be "a Belieber'".

Billie Eilish's dreams might be coming true and she just might be doing something with Justin Bieber.

Scooter also shared the following image, writing: "Beautiful moment". However, she did have a surprise for the singer - she had a fake Bieber jump out and scare her out of her seat.

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The original track appeared on Eilish's debut album When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Now, it's finally revealed that the pop superstar teamed up with Billie for a new version of her already hit single, "Bad Guy" turning this into a high-wattage collaboration. The track is spooky and but a superb symphony of adoration, admiration, and collaboration between Justin and Billie. Her bedroom walls were covered in posters of the "Sorry" singer.

Bieber teased the verse this week by tweeting the word "Remix."

The pair met at Coachella back in April, with Bieber's manager Scooter Braun filming Billie having a full fan girl meltdown before sharing a long hug with Justin, as Ariana Grande was performing "Bad Idea" during her headlining set. She couldn't believe that this had happened and wrote that anything is possible.

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