Survivor’s Jeff Probst Responds After Billie Eilish’s New Song References The Long-Running Reality Series


Billie Eilish has seven Grammys and won the Academy Award for Best Original Song for No Time To Die, but does the acclaimed singer also want the title of Sole Survivor? You know, the CBS competition where contestants are stranded on a deserted island for weeks on end as they compete for $1 million? It would seem that’s the case if we’re going off Eilish’s reference to the long-running reality series in her newest song. Well, Survivor’s executive producer and host Jeff Probst has responded to the nod with a nod of his own.

Billie Eilish dropped her second EP, Guitar Songs, near the tail-end of July, and on it was a track aptly titled “TV.” For the most part, the 20-year-old is singing about being in love, being in denial and being alone – per usual. But she made two cheeky Survivor metaphors as well, saying, “I put on Survivor just to watch somebody suffer” and “Sinking in the sofa, while they all betray each other.” Jeff Probst reacted to the name-drop via an Instagram post that he captioned with one of his many iconic lines from the show. He quipped that “nothing is easy on Survivor,” but that it’s “easy to love” Billie’s new bop. See here:



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