No One Can Agree On The Colour Of Billie Eilish's Trainers
Billie Eilish may well have found a new optical illusion to baffle us all, after a debate about the colour of her trainers kicked off on social media.
If you don't remember the black and blue dress - then lucky you. The rest of us will remember the endless debates on whether it was actually coloured white and gold - one of those weird optical illusions that leaves the internet wondering whether they're colourblind.
Well, Billie threw another item of clothing into the mix - in the form of a pair of trainers.
The 'No Time To Die' singer said she had bought a pair of Nike Air More Uptempos, which her dad had told her were pink and white.
However, the official listing on the Nike website showed that the colour was in fact mint green and white.
Much to Billie's shock though, many fans thought that her dad was right and the shoes were actually pink and white.
She then shared a video of them in natural light with a screenshot of the Nike website, and said: "I don't care what you think they look like, I care what they are."
Anyway, since the white and gold/black and blue dress surfaced in 2015, plenty of similar optical illusions have stumped the internet.
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Here's a quick reminder of that dress, if you fancy knackering your brain:
The colour of this dress is tearing my family apart. #whiteandgold pic.twitter.com/uvWxJ1GmBZ
- Colleen Grimes (@collgrimes) February 27, 2015
The story behind it lies with Grace and Keir Johnston, a couple from Colonsay, in Scotland's Inner Hebrides. Ahead of their nuptials, the mother of the bride, called Cecilia Bleasdale, took a photograph of a dress she was considering wearing for the big day.
When some people looked at it, they thought it was blue and black, while others thought it was white and gold.
Before the argument kicks off again, there is an actual answer - it's blue and black, folks.
One of the couple's friends, a musician called Caitlin McNeill, was responsible for sending the message to Tumblr. Following this, it went viral.
And just when you thought/hoped it was a thing of the past, just last year, these flip flops took over the internet, dividing opinion, destroying families and ruining relationships.
People couldn't agree on the colour and it brought up a whole load of uncomfortable memories.
So, I see white and gold, same as I did with the dress, and the same as with the dress, I'm wrong. Here are the flip flops - and I mean, I can see that they're black and blue here, of course, so that's something...?
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