Billie Eilish embraced the Halloween spirit on Friday by dressing up in full costume for her performance as part of The nightmare before Christmas live-to-film concert event at Los Angeles’ Banc of California Stadium.
Eilish portrayed Sally’s character alongside Danny Elfman’s Jack Skellington, delivering “Sally’s Song” as well as the duet “Simply Meant to Be” from the beloved Tim Burton-produced Halloween and / or Christmas classic.
Eilish will once again play the stitched doll for the extra number, family-friendly performances The nightmare before Christmas experience on October 31st. Prior to the concerts, Eilish wrote on social media about playing Sally: “When I pee in my pants, I’m so excited.”
In addition to Eilish, “Weird Al” Yankovic was ready to play the role of Lock, while actor Ken Page repeated his singing role as Oogie Boogie from the 1993 film. Conductor John Mauceri led a full orchestra to the concerts, with the artists involved singing along with their counterparts on the big screen in sync with the film.