How to Watch Billie Eilish and Finneas in New 'Simpsons' Short
What are two award-winning siblings to do after sweeping the GRAMMYs and nabbing their first Oscar? If your answer is to star on The Simpsons, you are correct. It turns out there's nothing Billie Eilish and Finneas can't do.
The new short film, The Simpsons: When Billie Met Lisa, debuts this Friday, April 22 and focuses on the chart-topping Billie, who overhears Lisa playing the saxophone and invites Lisa into the recording studio with her and her brother for an impromptu jam session.
The upcoming release is the fourth in The Simpsons' integrated content, created exclusively for Disney+ to highlight their marquee brands (most recently, Star Wars and Marvel), which is where the short will premiere. Each of the Simpson children have starred in the new shorts.
Billie, who made history at Coachella last weekend (at only 20 years of age, she is the festival's youngest headliner), took to social media to convey her own excitement this week. She and her brother are self-proclaimed long-time fans of the animated show and were both elated to be chosen to cameo.
Keep scrolling to get all the details of how, when and where to watch The Simpsons: When Billie Met Lisa.
When can I watch The Simpsons: When Billie Met Lisa? The short will be available to watch on Friday, April 22.
Where can I watch The Simpsons: When Billie Met Lisa? All of The Simpsons shorts are exclusively streaming on Disney+.
How can I watch The Simpsons: When Billie Met Lisa? Right now you can subscribe to Disney+ for only $8 per month for ad-free streaming.
Watch the fourth installment of exclusive short films from The Simpsons, only on Disney+ and also get access to Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars & National Geographic new releases, throwbacks and original series.
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