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Billie Eilish talks about the rare syndrome she suffers from
Billie Eilish has revealed that living with Tourette Syndrome (TS) can be "very exhausting", in a new interview. The 20-year-old experienced a tick on camera while speaking on David Letterman's My Next Guest show on Netflix.
"If you film me for a long time, you will see a lot of tics," she said.
TS is a condition that causes a person to make involuntary sounds and movements called tika. It usually starts in childhood, but the tics and other symptoms usually improve after a few years and sometimes go away completely.
Billie said during the interview that she does not experience tics during the performance and that some specific tics have gone away over time, but others still occur regularly.
"These are things you will never notice if you're just having a conversation with me," she says, adding, "but to me, they're very exhausting."