Billie Eilish Photo With Rocker Boyfriend Leaks


Popular singer Billie Eilish on Sunday watched Kansas City Chiefs win only the third Super Bowl in their storied 64-year history at State Farm Stadium in Arizona.

Billie Eilish spotted with boyfriend

The American singer was joined by boyfriend Jesse Rutherford on a night that saw the Chiefs dig in for a narrow 38-35 victory against Philadelphia Eagles. Making her way out of the 78,600 capacity stadium later that night, Eilish caught the eye in a stylish cap from British heritage brand Burberry, an accessory she teamed with smart Gucci shorts and a loose fitting dress shirt.

A neckerchief and long white socks gave the look an offbeat flourish, while strappy black shoes rounded it off as she prepared for the journey home. Walking close behind his girlfriend, heavily tattooed Rutherford looked smart in a spread collar shirt and grey cardigan, worn over a pair of distinctive maroon trousers.

The couple had previously occupied a private box as the Chiefs made history on Sunday, with Patrick Mahomes engineering a second-half comeback to defeat the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 and claim their second Super Bowl in four years.

Also on hand for the game were Hollywood stars Bradley Cooper and Paul Rudd, hitmakers Adele and Beyoncé, celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay and Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney with his wife Nancy.

In addition to the game, Rihanna made her highly anticipated return to live performance at the halftime show – during which she confirmed her second pregnancy. Eilish and Rutherford’s appearance at the event comes after she requested a restraining order against 39-year-old Christopher Anderson, an alleged stalker who reportedly tried to break into her family home.

Police were called to Eilish’ parents’ Highland Park home on January 5 at around 9:15, responding to a call that a man, later identified as Anderson, was trying to scale the fence to get into the property. The singer also alleged in the order, originally published by TMZ, that Anderson tried to visit her family home multiple times in December, with local police filing several reports. Eilish claimed these incidents caused her, ‘substantial anxiety, fear, and emotional distress,’ so much that she doesn’t feel safe visiting her parents’ home anymore.