Following an appearance on Sneaker Shopping, Billie Eilish continues her Complex Media rounds this week by paying a visit to the Hot Ones table. Here, we see the 17-year-old singer-songwriter's bubbly personality shine through as she dives into the spicy wings challenge.

While munching on her vegan chicken nuggets, Billie begins by revisiting how awful her homeschool talent shows were growing up. From there, we witness the burgeoning musician take a blind soda taste test, before she breaks down some of her most iconic fits. After a mild freakout, where she almost threw in the towel, Eilish discusses the subjective nature of art, how vicious her Twitter army can be, and the time Jaden Smith tried to miraculously heal her foot.

To see Billie Eilish burp her way through Hot Ones' hot wings challenge, press play above. Also, be on the lookout for her much-anticipated debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, releasing on March 29.

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