Billie Eilish Says Rumors Of Surprise New Album Are 'Fake'

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Billie Eilish has taken to her Instagram story to shoot down rumors that she’s about to surprise fans by releasing a new album. The young singer wrote, "The new album s**t is fake," adding: "Buuuuuuut I might have something for you…"

Fans are speculating that the "something" Eilish hinted about could be a new remix of a song called "All The Good Girls Go To Hell," featuring Justin Bieber. Eilish posted the lyric video for the track on her story, while Bieber himself simply tweeted the word "remix."

"All The Good Girls Go To Hell" is taken from Eilish's chart-topping debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? The disc also features the singles "Bad Guy," "You Should See Me In A Crown" and "Bury A Friend," all of which have hit the Modern Rock Top 10.

Eilish is currently wrapping up a North American tour and plays the second of two Los Angeles shows on Wednesday night (July 10th). The 17-year-old star will next head to Europe before returning home for more U.S. dates this fall.