Paramore’s Hayley Williams Steals Her Twitter Account Back To Comment On Billie Eilish’s New Album

Hayley Williams, the lead vocalist of Paramore comes back to Twitter in order to share her opinions on Billie Eilish’s new album ‘Happier Than Ever.’

As you may know, Williams took a lot of social media breaks recently. In May, she announced on Twitter she needs to take a break for her mental health and focus on writing songs. Hayley later stated on July 23 that she is signing out of her Twitter account once again and told her fans to be kind to her management who will be managing her account while she’s gone.

After one week of signing off Twitter, Williams decided to steal back her account briefly from her management just to tweet about Billie Eilish’s new song ‘Happier Than Ever’ and her album with the same name. The song begins slow but in the second half, the genre switches to rock. She stated that the second half of the song made her very happy and called Eilish ‘a little rock n roll queen.’

Here is what she tweeted:

“I stole my account back from management for a sec to say the last half of ‘Happier Than Ever’ made me smile so big. Billie Eilish a lil rock n roll queen.

Williams did not only comment on the song but she also listened to the whole album. In another tweet, she revealed that her favourite song from the album is ‘Overheated.’ She also congratulated Eilish and called the album ‘special.’

Here is what she stated in her second tweet:

“‘OverHeated’ is my current fav tho. Billie Eilish, Finneas the album is so special, congrats.

Eilish’s new album ‘Happier Than Ever’ collected a lot of attention from her fans and her music video of the song with the album’s name got over 3.5 Million views in only 15 hours after its premiere. Williams’ fans also commented on the album and most of them loved it. Since Williams loved Eilish’s new album so much that she thought it was worthy to come back to Twitter just to appreciate it, the fans now expect a collaboration between the two successful women.

You can see all Williams’ related tweets below.