Questions about Billie Eilish focus on the Johnny vs. Amber trial rather than the abortion statute.


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Billie Eilish had said that the internet was more preoccupied with the Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard trial when the United States Supreme Court was voting to restrict women’s access to abortion services.

Billie Eilish, a singer, is one of the many women in the United States who have voiced their displeasure with the decision of the Supreme Court, which would result in many states outlawing the right to have an abortion. While Billie remarked that the internet put more attention to Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard’s trial than the court’s verdict, Halle Berry expressed her frustration with the notion that “guns have more rights than women.”

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After almost half a century of Roe v. Wade’s influence, the Supreme Court decided on Friday to overturn the decision and remove women’s constitutional safeguards for abortion. This will probably result in nearly half of the states banning abortions.

Billie Eilish was well aware of what was about to happen and had already performed her new song at a performance. The song featured “The internet’s gone crazy watching Hollywood stars on trial / While they’re overturning Roe v. Wade.” Billie was unprepared for what was about to happen. Billie stated in response to being asked about it during an interview with “I was in this state of sadness, losing my rights to my own body, and then I’d go on the internet, and there would be people giving their opinion on this trial. ”

Taylor Swift responded on Twitter to a note that Michelle Obama had posted about the new development, writing, “I’m terrified that this is where we are – that after so many decades of people fighting for women’s rights to their bodies, today’s decision has stripped us of that.” Swift was referring to the decision’s taking away women’s rights to control their bodies.

Halle Berry referred to the decision as “bu*****t” and urged her fellow citizens to take action in response to her criticism. She said the following on her Twitter account: “I’m angry! The actions taken by the Supreme Court have been completely ridiculous, and action must be taken! It seems that firearms have more rights than women.


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