The ‘Bad Guy’ singer, 22, is one of the biggest musicians around at the moment, with hits such as ‘everything i wanted’, ‘Happier Than Ever’ and ‘No Time To Die’ – which was the theme to most recent James Bond film.
Eilish has also won seven Grammy Awards in her short career.
The ‘Ocean Eyes’ singer has a large, dedicated fanbase who follow her every move.
But recently, they caught a glimpse of a tattoo that Eilish once swore fans would never see.
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In a snap shared on Instagram by her friend Annabel Zimmer – daughter of composer Hans Zimmer – Eilish is seen posing while wearing a bikini.
However, eagle-eyed fans noticed a small piece of ink across her chest.
Eilish told Rolling Stone that the inking is her last name and is written in an ‘ornate, gothic font’.
The ‘bad guy’ singer got it done after winning five Grammys in 2020.
During an interview with Vanity Fair, she revealed that she had gotten a tattoo but said that ‘you won’t ever see it’.
Fans of the ‘lovely’ singer are now taking to the comments to react to the sight of Eilish’s tattoo.
One person pens: “THE EILISH TATTOO!!!!”
“The tattoo,” someone else says before adding the heart-eyed emoji.
Another person comments: “Still don’t know what her tattoo says on her chest.”
Eilish has several tattoos across her body including a dragon tattoo slithering up her thigh.
This was first revealed when she posed for British Vogue in 2021 and was later visible in a recent Instagram video.
She also has a number of fairies tattooed on her hand – which she described as her ‘favourite’ in a recent post.
When asked by a fan in an Instagram stories Q&A what her favourite piece of ink is, Eilish replied: “My most recent one, my sweet little guardian angel fairies, from my favourite childhood book.”
The ‘when the party’s over’ artist recently hit back at those who have criticised her for dressing more feminine.
Her fashion style was recognisable for wearing baggy clothes.
In an Instagram story that features a selfie of her rolling her eyes, she pens: “Letter to some comments I be seeing sometimes…
“I spent the first 5 years of my career getting absolutely OBLITERATED by you fools for being boyish and dressing how I did and constantly being told I’d be hotter if I acted like a woman.
“And now when I feel comfortable enough to wear anything remotely feminine or fitting, I CHANGED and am a sellout.”
She continues by calling her critics ‘f***ing idiots’ and explains that she can be interested in ‘both’ fashion senses.