Billie Eilish has announced a new documentary Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry, set for release in theatres and on Apple TV+ in February 2021. 

The film is directed by R.J. Cutler, who previously worked on the critically-lauded documentaries The September Issue and The War Room. 

The World’s a Little Blurry has been in the works for many years — with a source claiming that the documentary crew had been following Eilish for as far back as 2016.

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Reports of the documentary first surfaced in December last year, after it was rumoured that Apple are looking at forking out a hefty USD $25 million for the documentary rights.

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In other news, Billie Eilish recently unveiled her debut collaboration with Fender on a signature ukulele. The ukulele is “a bold take on the four-string classic,” with a built-in preamp and a body embellished with Eilish’s signature “blohsh” symbol.

The uke has already earned some musician fans. My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way recently took to Instagram to share that he and his family had picked up a couple of the ukes. He also hinted at the possibility of using the instrument to record his new song ‘Ukulele Songs’.

“It has a really interesting pattern on it,” he shared. “And you can plug it in, so now I’m going to plug this into a fuzz pedal and see what happens. I may report back with my findings. It’s fun to play. I don’t normally play ukulele, but I did in fact recently write a song called Ukulele Songs, which is about ukulele songs. I may share that. I’m not sure, but if I record it, I will use this ukulele.”