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Billie Eilish called out Jimmy Kimmel for looking bad one last time in 2019 during an appearance on his show.

The singer joined the host late Wednesday to promote her new album, “Happier Than Ever,” which gave her a chance to address a previous interview she took at the age of 17. Because she was so young, Kimmel decided to ask her some things that were popular when the host was her age in 1984.

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eilish was pretty stumped When it comes to knowing things like Run-DMC, Huey Lewis, Cabbage Patch Kids and more. Kimmel specifically mentioned that he made her feel old for not being able to name a single member of Van Halen, which prompted a reaction from bassist, Wolfgang Van Halen, who let her off the hook, according to And! News.

During her latest appearance, Eilish couldn’t help but bring up the viral moment in an attempt to put Kimmel on blast.

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“Wait, too soon” Eilish smiled and said. “Do you remember the last time I was here?” When Jimmy confirmed that he did, he continued, “And you fooled me a little bit.”

“Well, yes, by mistake. I didn’t do it on purpose,” replied a bewildered Kimmel.

Luckily, Eilish revealed that she found the situation funny at the time, regardless of what people said about her online afterwards.

“I thought it was funny because I was playing along, and everyone thought I was really serious and didn’t know anything,” she admitted, adding that she really had no clue who Van Halen was at the time. .

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Unfortunately, Eilish failed to get his revenge after announcing that he planned to ask Kimmel some current pop culture questions that only a Gen Z person would get. Unfortunately, she was spot on and couldn’t really think of any good at the moment. Instead, they moved to a clause that allowed him to get his revenge right away.

Kimmel revealed that she had a copy of a bucket list the young singer wrote down in 2014 at the age of 12. While she had already acquired some items, such as “Meet Justin Bieber” and “Zipline Over a City,” others were perfect for Kimmel to help her with tasks such as cutting the hair of an audience member.

At best, though, the list item was “someone to punch.”

“I think you should punch me because I’m probably the strongest person here,” Kimmel joked. “Kick me as hard as you can in the stomach.”

Simultaneously, Eilish was injured and hit the host in the stomach. Fortunately, he struck without much damage. Nevertheless, it allowed Eilish to receive some payment for his final interview on his show.