Billie Eilish's Picture Sets A Record In 6 Minutes
American pop singer Billie Eilish, who rose to fame at a very young age, has now set another new record.
Billie Eilish started singing in 2015 and set a new record in 2019 at the age of 18 by singing for the 25th film of the world-famous movie James Bond.
She became the first singer to sing for James Bond at an age of 18.
Similarly, before she was 18, got nominated for the prestigious musical award Grammy, while in 2019, at the age of 18, she became the first singer to win 5 Grammy awards simultaneously.
And now an Instagram post of the singer has set a new record.
Surprisingly, the actress's record-breaking picture is neither bold nor unique but rather a picture of the singer announcing a change of hair color.
Billie Eilish shared a picture on Instagram on March 19 after a long time of changing the color of her hair, which set a record.
Billie Eilish changed the color of her hair from black and green to brown and shared a simple picture of her on Instagram, which became the most-liked post in a blink of an eye.
According to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), the said picture of Billie Eilish was liked by 1 million people in just 6 minutes.
Billie Eilish's post also broke the record of the picture shared by American pop singer Selena Gomez on her birthday in 2018 in just 6 minutes.
Not only that, in just three days, the picture of Billie Eilish was liked more than 20 million times, and the post also made a place in the top 10 most liked posts on Instagram so far.
The actress's picture reached number four on March 21 in the top 10 most-liked Instagram posts.
Surpassing Billie Eilish's picture is a post shared by footballer Cristiano Ronaldo with the late football player Maradona in September 2020.
Second is the 2018 picture of the American rapper (XXXTentacion), which he shared on Instagram before he died, and it is the only picture that he shared on Instagram.
Another most liked picture on Instagram is of the egg, which was shared in January 2019 and has been viewed more than 50 million times so far.