Now Billy Eilish falls for Prince Harry’s Russian hoaxers: Radio pranksters who conned Duke into thinking they were Greta Thunberg and her father pull the same trick on singer
- Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexei Stolyarov managed to con US singer Bille Eilish
- Ms Eilish, who has written the theme to the new James Bond movie, was tricked
- The Russian pair previously fooled Prince Harry, Elton John and Boris Johnson
- Kuznetsov and Stolyarov created a cartoon which they later posted online
A pair of Russian hoaxers who managed to con Prince Harry, Elton John and even Boris Johnson, have struck again, this time targeting singer Billie Eilish
Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexei Stolyarov are renowned for targeting groups of high profile celebrities by impersonating other famous people.
Kuznetsov and Stolyarov are believed to have spoken to Ms Eilish, who has recorded the theme song for the next James Bond movie, No Time To Die.
US singer Billie Eilish, pictured, has been tricked by Russian pranksters Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexei Stolyarov who previously managed to fool Prince Harry, Elton John and Boris Johnson
The Russian pair produced a cartoon to illustrate the recording of the conversation
The pair of pranksters claimed they were Swedish environmentalist Greta Thunberg and her father Svante
According to The Sun, the Russian pair have made a cartoon depicting the telephone encounter.
The pranksters spoke to Ms Eilish and her mother Maggie.
Again, the pair reprised their role as fake Greta Thunberg and her father Svante.
During the short clip, the Russians claimed the fake Greta had boyfriend problems.
US singer Ms Eilish reportedly responded: ‘I had years of boy problems so I understand. If he doesn’t want to be with you, f*** him.
‘There will be someone who will love you for who you are.’
Ms Eilish admitted touring would be impossible without using aircraft, but claimed she was looking at a tour bus running on bio-diesel.
During the earlier incident with Prince Harry, the former senior royal opened his heart about Megxit.
The Duke of Sussex insisted he chose to withdraw from royal life to ‘protect my son’ and said ‘we are completely separate from the majority of my family’ in hoax calls that give extraordinary insight into his state of mind as the couple quit this year.
When asked about Meghan he admitted candidly that ‘marrying a prince or princess isn’t all it’s made up to be’ and that their new life in Canada is ‘much better’ than serving as senior royals.