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Billie Eilish AGAIN paused show Billie Eilish Billie Eilish CARE about her fans. A few days ago, Billie Eilish stopped his performance to save the life of one of his fans. The Billie Eilish's fan needed immediate medical attention, and Billie Eilish saved his life. Billie Eilish stopped his performance again to ensure the health of his fans. Billie Eilish isn't letting a threat from Kanye West change her playbook at concerts -- she's still making sure her fans are safe and sound, and didn't hesitate to stop her show again ... this time in NYC. The singer was performing at Madison Square Garden, when at one point she took a breather, and then asked the crowd to do the same -- bringing down the energy in the room. Not just that ... but BE also asked folks who were near the front row to step back and give each other room, again keeping their well-being at the front of her mind prior to proceeding with whatever song she had next. Doesn't sound like too many people minded ... in fact, based on the reactions we can hear on camera -- it seems they might've actually appreciated it and sounded more than happy to oblige. Billie finally asked if everyone was all good ... and after that, she started to strike some chords on her guitar, getting the crowd pumped once more. You'll recall, she did something very similar a few weeks ago in Atlanta -- when she brought her concert to a full stop over a fan who appeared to be in distress ... even going so far as to offer her an inhaler she had on hand. Billie also said she likes to guarantee her fans are safe at her shows ... which was widely perceived as a shot at Travis Scott, even though she never explicitly said his name. Ye, for sure thought it was a jab, and threatened to pull out of Coachella -- where Billie's also headlining -- if she didn't apologize to Travis. For the record, she hasn't apologized and, instead, seems determined to make it a thing to chill out and check on fans. There are some big festivals coming up in the near future -- it'll be interesting to see if other artists follow suit. At some point in the middle of Billie Eilish's show at MSG on Friday night (2/18), she paused to talk about how much we all have to be grateful for, and exclaimed, "We're at Madison Square Garden!", as the crowd responded with an uproar of cheers. And we really do. Just a month and a half ago, there were almost no shows happening in NYC at all, and now, here we all were, as part of a packed house at Manhattan's largest indoor venue, two years after Billie was first supposed to play the venue until COVID got in the way. And judging by the way Billie emphasized "Madison Square Garden," she seemed genuinely excited to be headlining one of the most iconic arenas in the world, for her first of two consecutive nights, bookended by Long Island and New Jersey arena shows. Her rise to fame has been truly anomalous, and I think even Billie is still a little shocked that an artist whose songwriting process is so DIY and whose music is often so anti-mainstream has gotten to this level in just a few years. Still, whenever she performed, it was clear that she was born to be a superstar. It's not just that Billie's music has resonated with such a large, diverse group of people -- as Friday night's crowd proved -- it's also that she can command an arena with the best of them. The show opened with Billie's brother/core collaborator Finneas and her touring drummer Andrew Marshall on stage together, pounding away at some thunderous percussion, and then Billie rose up from beneath the stage, was met by an eruption of screams, and went into "Bury A Friend," the song that gave her 2019 debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? its title. Right off the bat, she had the massive crowd in the palm of her hands, and that never let up once throughout the course of her 90-minute set. Just two songs later, she seamlessly transitioned "NDA" into "Therefore I Am," just like she does on her 2021 sophomore album Happier Than Ever, and by the time she hit the chorus of the latter song, the crowd was drowning her out with their singing. "Therefore I Am" is one of Billie's biggest hits, but even when she was playing deeper cuts, so many people sang every word. One thing that already stands out on Billie's albums but stood out even more to me in a live setting is how many of her most crowdpleasing songs sound nothing like the music you'll typically hear on pop radio. She had the crowd screaming to "NDA" and "Oxytocin," dark, clubby tracks that sound straight out of the electronic music underground. She had the place in a daze when she did bare-bones acoustic performances of "Your Power" and "Male Fantasy," songs that feel far too intimate to work in an arena setting, but Billie managed to make Madison Square Garden feel like a coffee shop. Even "When the Party's Over," a major standout from When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? that already feels like a classic, is a deeply weird song and it still feels like a triumph that Billie is able to get tens of thousands of people sucked into it at once. And it feels worth noting that the song that got the biggest reaction of the night was Happier Than Ever's title track, which closed the show. 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