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Billie Eilish cheers Los Angeles Dodgers to victory

Billie Eilish calls on Los Angeles Dodgers for victory as singer makes a cheerful appearance at local baseball game with brother Finneas

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Music took a back seat on Thursday as well Billie Eilish took the stand for a baseball game Los Angeles.

The American singer cheered the local side Los Angeles Dodgers after a narrow victory when they accepted it California rivals San Francisco Giants at the 56,000 capacity Dodger Stadium.

Billie, 20, wearing a Dodgers shirt, was accompanied by brother Finneas and a small group of friends when they saw the home team come from behind to win the game 9-6.

Attendance: Music took a backseat on Thursday when Billie Eilish took the podium for a baseball game in Los Angeles

Famous for her vocal, atmospheric music and somber lyrics, Billie seemed to be in the mood as she stumbled into a bowl of food as she pushed herself to victory.

She added to her casual look with a loose fitting black T-shirt, white a baseball cap and heavily tinted sunglasses for shade on another sunny day in Southern California.

Billie became the youngest solo headliner ever at Glastonbury, as the festival returned in June for the first time in three years.

Support: The American singer cheered the local Los Angeles Dodgers on to a narrow victory when they defeated California rivals San Francisco Giants

Support: The American singer cheered the local Los Angeles Dodgers on to a narrow victory when they defeated California rivals San Francisco Giants

Support: The American singer cheered the local Los Angeles Dodgers on to a narrow victory when they defeated California rivals San Francisco Giants

In good company: Billie was accompanied by a small group of friends when they saw that the home team came from behind to win the match 9-6

In good company: Billie was accompanied by a small group of friends when they saw that the home team came from behind to win the match 9-6

In good company: Billie was accompanied by a small group of friends when they saw that the home team came from behind to win the match 9-6

In good company: Billie was accompanied by a small group of friends when they saw that the home team came from behind to win the match 9-6

In good company: Billie was accompanied by a small group of friends when they saw that the home team came from behind to win the match 9-6

Siblings: The singer Finneas' brother was also seen next to his sister on Thursday

Siblings: The singer Finneas' brother was also seen next to his sister on Thursday

Siblings: The singer Finneas’ brother was also seen next to his sister on Thursday

She delivered a stellar medley of hits alongside brother Finneas, however admitted it was a ‘dark day for women’ after the US Supreme Court’s decision to overthrow Roe V Wade.

The singer, who made her debut at the festival at The Other Stage at Worthy Farm in 2019, told the audience that she ‘could not bear to think’ about the ruling that violates the constitutional right to abortion ended in the US, which means individual states. could decide whether abortion can be made illegal.

Speaking during her concert, Billie told the audience: ‘Today is a really, really dark day for women in the US. I’ll just say that, because I can no longer think about it. ‘

Stay tuned: Billie gave her some carbohydrate food during her performance at Dodger Stadium

Stay tuned: Billie gave her some carbohydrate food during her performance at Dodger Stadium

Stay tuned: Billie gave her some carbohydrate food during her performance at Dodger Stadium

Upbeat: Famous for her atmospheric, atmospheric music and somber lyrics, Billie seemed to be in the mood on Thursday

Upbeat: Famous for her atmospheric, atmospheric music and somber lyrics, Billie seemed to be in the mood on Thursday

Upbeat: Famous for her atmospheric, atmospheric music and somber lyrics, Billie seemed to be in the mood on Thursday

Upbeat: Famous for her atmospheric, atmospheric music and somber lyrics, Billie seemed to be in the mood on Thursday

Upbeat: Famous for her atmospheric, atmospheric music and somber lyrics, Billie seemed to be in the mood on Thursday

Empty key: Billie wore a loose fitting black T-shirt under her Los Angeles Dodgers shirt

Empty key: Billie wore a loose fitting black T-shirt under her Los Angeles Dodgers shirt

Empty key: Billie wore a loose fitting black T-shirt under her Los Angeles Dodgers shirt

She sang her song Your Power, which was about older men abusing her position, to everyone affected.

The Supreme Court terminates constitutional protections for abortions that have existed for nearly 50 years by deciding to reverse the 1973 Roe v Wade landmark ruling and return power to individual states to decide whether or not to proceed with the procedure to stand.

The judges held that the decision of Roe v. Wade of 1973, which allowed abortion for a fetus, would be viable outside the womb – between 24 and 28 weeks of pregnancy – wrongly decided because the U.S. Constitution does not make a specific mention of abortion rights.

Center of attention: The singer greeted fans with a wave during her performance at Dodger Stadium

Center of attention: The singer greeted fans with a wave during her performance at Dodger Stadium

Center of attention: The singer greeted fans with a wave during her performance at Dodger Stadium

Thirsty work: Billie kept herself hydrated while encouraging her team on Thursday

Thirsty work: Billie kept herself hydrated while encouraging her team on Thursday

Thirsty work: Billie kept herself hydrated while encouraging her team on Thursday

The ruling means that individual states now have the power to decide on banning abortion. The Guttmacher Institute, a pro-choice research group, has said 26 states are ‘sure or likely’ to ban abortion now.

The decision means that women with unwanted pregnancies in large parts of America will now have the choice to travel to another state where the procedure remains legal and available, buy abortion pills online or have a potentially dangerous illegal abortion.

About 200,000 music fans came to Worthy Farm, east of Somerset, for the 37th iteration of Glastonbury, which is also the world’s largest open-air festival.

Image perfect: She was seen documenting her trip to Dodger Stadium with a handful of photos

Image perfect: She was seen documenting her trip to Dodger Stadium with a handful of photos

Image perfect: She was seen documenting her trip to Dodger Stadium with a handful of photos

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