American singer Billie Eilish shares her experience of Tourette's syndrome
Singer Billie Eilish had suffered from Tourette's syndrome at the age of 11, shared her experience and diagnosis.
Billie Eilish shares the experience of living with Tourette's syndrome on the season four premiere of My Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman.
Let me tell you, season four of My Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman premiered on Netflix on May 20.
Cedars Sinai describes Tourette's syndrome - "Tourette syndrome is a neurological disorder that causes people to make unexpected body movements, called tics."
Eilish said on Tourette syndrome that people always react and they laugh because they think I'm trying to be funny.
Eilish told that she was diagnosed with Tourette's syndrome at the age of 11, and that she had small tics at the time.
Billie Eilish thanked Letterman for asking about this and said that she is very happy to talk about Tourette syndrome.
Letterman asked Eilish anytime he would "damn" his Tourette syndrome symptoms. Eilish said "yes." "But not now."
Eilish said, "It's not that I like it, but now it's a part of me and I've become friends with it.
Billie Eilish went on to say that she really likes to answer questions about Tourette syndrome.
For your information, let us tell you that Billie Eilish has won the Grammy Award seven times so far.
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