Singer Billie Eilish and her brother, musician Finneas O’Connell, will participate in an episode of “The Simpsons”, one of the longest-running animated series and history of American television, currently in its 33rd season.
The information was released by Eilish on her Instagram account.
Titled “When Billie Met Lisa”, the episode will air on the American version of the Disney+ streaming platform on April 22, Friday of next week, and will tell the saga of Homer Simpson’s daughter looking for a quiet place to sleep. practice saxophone—which she finds when she meets Billie Eilish and Finneas. The brothers then invite her to their studio for an improv session.
THE Sheet contacted Disney+ staff to confirm whether the episode would also be shown on the Brazilian version of the service, but there was no response until the publication of this text.
This will not be the first time that the show “The Simpsons” dialogues with the music universe. In December, the singer Bad Bunny used the characters of the series to record the video for the song “Te Deseo Mejor”. In the episode, the Puerto Rican musician helps Marge and Homer Simpson make up after a fight.
Eilish’s debut on “The Simpsons” comes the day before her second performance at the Coachella festival, where she stands out as one of the main attractions. In 2019, her performance at the same event was regarded as an important moment for the take-off of her global career.