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Billie Eilish Sings Special Version of ‘Happier Than Ever With the Count on Sesame Street

For the 52nd season of Sesame Street, Billie Eilish will debut a new duet version of her song Happier Than Ever with Sesame Street’s The Count. Billie Eilish is enlisting the assistance of a certain caped friend to perform a duet on one of her songs!

The seven-time Grammy winner, 19, will appear on the season premiere of Sesame Street on Thursday. And she will be performing a special duet version of her second studio album’s hit song Happier Than Ever.

In a song snippet, Eilish can be seen sitting on Sesame Street’s famous stoop alongside The Count, singing altered lyrics from her song: “When I’m counting with you, I’m happier than ever…”

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Eilish and The Count then serenade each other about how numbers sound so much better when they’re counting together.

The number 2 was the focus of the segment, with Billie counting out two of Burt’s sweaters while Burt shivered in his undershirt and apples, with Elmo handing one of the fruits to a friend.

Eilish shared a clip of the segment on her social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Stories, ahead of the episode’s premiere. 

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Sesame Street, the longest-running children’s show on television, debuted 52 years ago this week, on Nov. 10, 1969. The show’s 52nd season will premiere on Cartoonito on HBO Max on Thursday.

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Eilish’s collaboration with Sesame Street is not the first time the Bad Guy singer has collaborated with a kid-friendly franchise. Eilish appeared as Sally in a live-to-film concert performance of The Nightmare Before Christmas.

This was alongside composer Danny Elfman at the Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles, California, at the end of last month.

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Billie wore the character’s iconic patchwork dress and makeup from Tim Burton’s 1993 stop-motion animated Disney film. The star stated on Instagram that the opportunity was the most exciting thing she has ever done.

Thank you for allowing her to be a part of it. She couldn’t stop smiling all weekend.

Written by Marie Foster

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