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Billie Eilish Kisses YouTuber Quenlin Blackwell at Coachella

TMZ.com Monday, 15 April 2024
Billie Eilish is leaning into the fact that she's into girls -- planting a kiss on a female YouTuber at Coachella ... and smacking the gal's ass while she's at it. The singer was filmed at the music fest this weekend, where she smooched with…
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