Will the real Billie Eilish please stand up? And the fake ones stand down.
After viral YouTube videos of impersonators surfaced, the Grammy-winning artist put out a plea asking them to stop.
Eilish, 18, shared screenshots of a person dressed in her signature style — neon green roots and oversized clothing — to her Instagram stories Friday and wrote a message to those attempting to impersonate her.
"Please stop doing this (expletive)," she wrote. "It is not safe for you and it is mean to the people who don't know any better. You make me look bad."
The "Bad Guy" artist also posted screenshots of multiple YouTube videos where an influencer transformed herself into Eilish and went to a mall pretending to be the superstar. "Please stop," Eilish wrote.
"Also soooo disrespectful that you'd go out pretending to be me wearing THIS," Eilish wrote over a close up of an impersonator's clothing.
Jordan Matter, the YouTube user responsible for the video Eilish condemned, responded to the artist in an Instagram post explaining his intentions.
Matter shared a photo of the impersonator doing a flip in the air and explained that he gathered a crowd at Santa Monica Pier in Los Angeles and had an acrobat do a "cheer flip" which revealed that the person wasn't Eilish.
"I had absolutely no intention of disrespecting Billie. I’m a big fan, like everyone else. I’ve never done a celebrity impersonation video before, but they’re pretty common so I thought it would be fun to add my own acrobatic twist," Matter captioned his post. "I felt it was completely harmless since at no time in the video are we pretending that she is actually Billie. I have reached out directly to Billie and Maggie and apologized, and I will not post the video without their permission."
Aside from Matter's video, there are a few other clips that have garnered millions of views on YouTube of influencers pretending to be Eilish.
One video, which has amassed 35 million views, has YouTubers Niki and Gabi going through a drive through and pretending to be Eilish. Another video with five million views, shows a YouTuber transforming themselves into the artist and going to the mall with pretend bodyguards. The video shows crowds gathering around the impersonator trying to take photos and videos.
Eilish's post comes just days after winning big at the Grammys Sunday, taking home five awards.
She spoke backstage about that moment when her and brother, Finneas O'Connell, knew that the album was going to be big.
"When it was in a lot of memes and it was like, 'Oh, (shoot),' " Eilish said.
"We saw James Corden running around and singing 'Bad Guy.' It was like 'Wow, people really know this song.' It’s crazy," O'Connell said.