Director Cole Walliser put the now-viral video on his Instagram, showing the 18-year-old pose for what's now being labelled as 'genius'.
"BILLIE EILISH!! Finally everyone! I probably get 30 requests a day to post this, so much so I had to tell her in person. LOL. I really love what she did here. It’s always a bit of a variable when someone goes 'I GOT CHU' like instantaneously, I just never know what they got in their head.
"But I don’t know why I would question her, cause she killed it! It was so her too, just a subtle move, kind of framing and covering her face, adding to her mystery. Kudos Billie. 100% on point. Also, sometimes I feel like a jerk being like 'move an inch back, okay too far, now an inch forward, okay a smidge to your right' LOL.
"The issue is, at 1000 FPS we are SO SHALLOW with the depth of felt, it’s only inches deep, so if talent isn’t on the mark they will not be in focus, and it ruins the whole thing. Luckily @billieeilish is the sweetest person ever and didn’t have a problem with me continually adjusting her position. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
"I wish everyone could add a bit of sexy mystery to their GlamBOT 🤖🎥 Song: Bad Guy - Billie Eilish (listen to how the high hats and flashes hit on the beat!! 🔥🔥🔥)"
The simple movement of Billie placing her hand on her face while she looks at the camera has people basically in hysterics, unable to comprehend how she is SO talented.
It comes after the star revealed to fans how she came up with the incredibly catchy tune to "Bad Guy", and it's all thanks to Sydney!
While the Grammy Award winner chatted to Rolling Stone recently about her hit song 'Bad Guy', she revealed the inspiration behind the famous tune.
"My mum and I went for a walk in Sydney. We were, like, across the street from the hotel and the crosswalk is this little… you press it and it's like 'doop, doop,'" she revealed in the interview. "And I was like, 'That's hard!' That's the sound that it makes when you have to wait."
"The hilarious part about all this is we were just in Australia in May and my dad goes, 'Have you heard these crosswalks?'" Finneas explained.
"And I was, like, 'Yeah, it's the chorus in 'Bad Guy''. And he goes, 'What?' I was, like, 'Yeah … never mind man.'"
The song won Song of The Year at the Grammy Awards.