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It's battle of the millennials vs. the zoomers. Who will come out victorious? In the corner for Gen Z is Billie Eilish, the newest pop anti-star, and for the millennials, Lady Gaga. Having already vanquished her Boomer rival, Van Halen, Eilish is now taking on Gaga the only way a teen vegan can — by coming for Gaga's iconic raw meat dress. And now stans, the soldiers in the battle between the two singers, are clashing on social media.


Eilish snubbed Gaga's meat dress in an interview.

In an interview in Variety, Eilish and her brother, Finneas, discussed how they wrote the song of 2019: "Bad Guy." Finneas wondered if the meat dress was a Grammy moment (it was not, Gaga wore it to the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards), and Eilish was visibly repulsed and said, "Yikes."


Eilish and Finneas also poked fun at Gaga's egg arrival at the Grammys.

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Who can forget Gaga's other major style arrival? At the Grammys in 2011, Gaga arrived inside an egg-shaped vessel, carried by a squad of beautiful men in latex. Finneas referenced a comment by Justin Bieber, who once said, "I know people say it's art, right? But I'm just like, you're in an egg," in conversation with Chelsea Handler on her show. 


Gaga's stans came out in full force to clear her name.

Using the hashtag #BillieEilishIsOverParty, Lady Gaga stans defended their Mother Monster's good name. Some Gaga fans, like the above Twitter user, pointed out how they believe Gaga's looks are superior to Eilish's baggy, casual style


Others defended Eilish.

On the other side of the fight, Eilish fans and more practically-minded folks noted that Eilish, an avowed vegan, is allowed to express an opinion without being canceled. Still, it's worth noting that one doesn't need to be vegan to be fully grossed out by Gaga's dress ...


...and we shouldn't put down other women.

At the end of the day, Billie Eilish is fine, Lady Gaga is fine, and we're all allowed to like the things we like and dislike the things we don't. Eilish should not be canceled for having an opinion about a dress at an awards show, but Eilish should also not go out of her way to criticize other women. But she's 17, and teenagers say a lot of dumb things, and that's OK. Now, can we all go back to Baby Yoda memes?