Billie Eilish boyfriend list: Who has the singer dated?

BILLIE Eilish has quickly become one of the most talked about singers in the world.

Since hitting the big time, fans are often left wondering what her dating history is like.

Who has Billie Eilish dated?

Matthew Tyle Vorce

Matthew is an actor based in Los Angeles who is rumored to be Billie's boyfriend.

His age is unclear, although the photo agency that captured him and Billie together reports he's 29-years-old.

He has done theater work since 2013 and voice work in the past. 

He has appeared in films like Mother, May I Sleep With Danger?, Little Monsters and Dark Hours: Typee.

He co-hosted a horror fiction podcast that he created during the pandemic.

Other skills, based off his Backstage.com page, include screenwriting, football, playing the drums, dance, snowboarding, ice hockey, and soccer.

It's unclear how long Billie and Matthew have been dating, and both of the pair's representatives have declined to comment on their relationship.

Brandon Quention Adams aka Q

Billie and rapper Q split after less than a year together.

It is not known how they first met, but they first started dating at the end of 2018.

She even went on to appear on the 24-year-old rapper’s album cover, Bleaupro.

Speaking about her heartache following their break-up, she told her Apple TV documentary: “I just wasn’t happy. I didn’t want the same things he wanted and I don’t think that’s fair for him.

“I don’t think you should be in a relationship super excited about things that the other person couldn’t care less about.”

What has Billie said about dating?

Eilish spoke in September 2020 about how she intends to keep her love life private.

“I definitely want to keep [relationships] private,” she told Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp. 

“I've had relationships and kept them private, and even the ones that I've had; with the tiny amount that I've let the world see, I regret. I think about the people that have made their relationships public, and then they break up, and it's like ‘What if it goes bad?’”

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