Billie Eilish has confessed she loves Scotland and hearing crowds belt out 'rowdy chants' when performing.

The pop star, 19, sat down with DJ Clara Amfo for new BBC One documentary 'Up Close', where she discussed her rise to superfame and the pressures of being a role model.

The Bad Guy singer opened up about her love for touring and hearing different accents - and even gave a special shout out to Scotland.

During the 45-minute documentary, Billie confessed our country was 'so different to anywhere else' she had visited and that she loved hearing the 'rowdy chants'.

She said: "One of my favourite things about touring is hearing different accents say different stuff.

The pop star, 19, discussed her rise to superfame

She added: "I love it so much. Everywhere you go, when I was in Scotland I was like woah. It's so different than anywhere else.

"Everything they said was different, they said different chants. Rowdy! I love rowdy."

During the documentary, Billie went on to talk about her fame and how she struggles with people saying 'crazy stuff about her' when she tries “so hard to do good for the world.

She said: "The people that even say the crazy stuff don’t even think you will see it. They would never say that to you in real life,” she said.

The singer will be heading to Scotland as part of her 2022 world tour

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"What is the point of trying to do good if people are just going to keep saying that you are doing wrong? I try so hard to do good for the world and good for people.

"It’s like you can try to do everything right and still it is like one of those exposing celebs accounts goes, ‘Billie Eilish is getting backlash for whatever in the world’. Please tell me how that works?”

The singer will be heading to Scotland as part of her 2022 world tour next year in support of her 'Happier Than Ever' album which was released this week.

The tour kicks off in New Orleans on February 3 next year for a 32-date run in North America before crossing the Atlantic for a further 18 dates in the UK and Europe prior to ending in Zurich on July 2.

It will see the multi-Grammy Award-winning artist stop off in Glasgow at the SSE Hydro to perform on June 14 2022.

Billie Eilish: Up Close aired on Saturday July 31 on BBC One at 10.30pm and is available on BBC iPlayer.