Why Amy Adams’ Daughter Rejected Her Mom’s Billie Eilish Cover

Children say the darndest issues, simply ask Amy Adams

Throughout a Nov. 24 interview with Late Evening with Seth Meyers, the Arrival star admitted that she tried a few devices throughout quarantine that had been gifted by her husband Darren Le Gallo. Nevertheless, although she picked up just a few musical hobbies, the Oscar nominee defined that they “did not stick.”

“I am a giant fan of string devices, apparently. I attempted the ukulele, the mandolin,” the actress recalled. “My husband received me this stunning cello for Christmas a pair years in the past. Cannot play the cello.”

The 46-year-old shared that she tried a well-liked Billie Eilish track as soon as, however her 10-year-old daughter Aviana Olea Le Gallo was not impressed. 

“I attempted to study ‘Social gathering Favor’ by Billie Eilish,” she mentioned. “And my daughter was like, ‘Yeah, you possibly can’t—You are not allowed to sing Billie Eilish.'”

As for the explanation behind the bold cello present, Amy advised host Seth Meyers that her husband was being supportive of her ardour for string devices that she “cannot play.”