Billie Eilish makes a casual style statement in an oversized t-shirt and baggy jeans in Sydney

Billie Eilish makes a casual style statement in an oversized t-shirt and baggy jeans as she arrives in Sydney ahead of her Australian tour

American singer-songwriter Billie Eilish touched down in Sydney on Sunday ahead of her sold-out Australian tour.

The Bad Guy singer, 20, dressed casually in a baggy red t-shirt which she paired with a pair of oversized ripped jeans and Converse shoes.

Billie took security precautions and was seen wearing a face mask as she walked through the airport under the escort of a security guard.

American singer-songwriter Billie Eilish, 20, (pictured), landed in Sydney on Sunday ahead of her sold-out Australian tour

She completed her look by wearing a $125 white Fear of God trucker cap.

Appearing in high spirits, Billie waved to photographers as she passed.

Billie will kick off the Australian leg of her tour on Tuesday 13th September playing three shows at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney.

The Bad Guy singer dressed casually in a baggy red t-shirt which she teamed with a pair of oversized ripped jeans and Converse shoes

The Bad Guy singer dressed casually in a baggy red t-shirt which she teamed with a pair of oversized ripped jeans and Converse shoes

Billie took safety precautions and was seen wearing a face mask as she walked through the airport under the escort of a security guard

Billie took safety precautions and was seen wearing a face mask as she walked through the airport under the escort of a security guard

She will then play three shows in Brisbane starting on Saturday before heading to Melbourne where she will play four shows.

Billie will then fly to Perth where she will play two shows before wrapping up her Happier Than Ever world tour.

The Grammy Award winner was last in Australia in 2019.

Billie will kick off the Australian leg of her tour on Tuesday 13 September playing three shows at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney

Billie will kick off the Australian leg of her tour on Tuesday 13 September playing three shows at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney

She said before Stellar Magazine that she is “not made” for fame.

“I’m pretty good at handling fame,” Billie said. “Of course I’m not cut out for this – no one is. But I feel like I’m kind of supposed to do this (sic).

She is often praised by fans for speaking openly about her mental health issues and was diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome when she was 11 years old.

Billie is currently Down Under on her Happier Than Ever World Tour and performing a series of her own sold-out shows.  Photographed at Coachella in 2019

Billie is currently Down Under on her Happier Than Ever World Tour and performing a series of her own sold-out shows. Photographed at Coachella in 2019

“I’ve had Tourette’s since I was 11, but it wasn’t something I wanted to define,” she said.

“I know how people work: if I had to make it a very well-known thing, it would be ‘Billie Eilish, the artist with Tourette'”.

‘One thing that’s been good [is] some of my fans said they had tics too. It was cool. I felt a little more connected.

“I’m not cut out for this – no one is. But I feel like I’m kinda supposed to do that’: In March, the Bad Guy singer told Stellar magazine she was ‘not cut out’ for stardom

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