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Inside Edition 1 Feb 2020

What Billie Eilish Had to Say to Her YouTube Impersonators

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Billie Eilish is pleading with fans to stop impersonating her after videos surfaced of lookalike pranksters causing pandemonium in public. "Please stop doing this, s


Billie Eilish had a message for fans at her recent concert in Miami: "Though you've never seen my body, you still judge it and judge me for it." The 18-year-old Grammy-winning singer, who is known for her baggy clothes, played a video at her concert showing her take off her shirt to reveal a black bra. "You make assumptions about people based on their size," said Eilish. The singer is being lauded by fans for taking a stand against body shaming.
U.S. President Donald Trump tells a television reporter he is "terrible" during COVID-19 news conference.
Here's how it transpired.
NBC News' Peter Alexander, asked Trump, "What do you say to Americans who are watching you right now, who are scared?"
And the president responded with, "I say that you're a terrible reporter, that's what I say."
Trump continued with, "I think that's a very nasty question and I think it's a very bad signal that you're putting out to the American people."
Later the president was asked if he felt his comments to the NBC reporter were inappropriate.

"I've dealt with Peter a long time, and I think Peter is not a good journalist when it comes to fairness," Trump said.

NBC News Chairman Andy Lack defended Alexander.
"Peter Alexander is an outstanding reporter. His line of questioning at today's White House briefing was fair, straightforward, and necessary," he said in a statement Friday.
With businesses closing and unemployment growing, personal financial expert Farnoosh Torabi says "this is not the time to panic." Here are some things you can do to help keep your finances afloat.

#FinancialExpert #FarnooshTorabi #Economics #MoneyManagement
See how Mariah Carey, Billie Eilish and more are telling fans to stay home amid coronavirus pandemic
Celebrities have been using their platforms to encourage their fans to stay home and remain healthy during the coronavirus pandemic.

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