While some fans were bothered by Billie Eilish and Jesse Rutherford’s Halloween costumes, which were a baby and an old man, love coach Nicole Moore of Love Works Method thought it was a positive thing. “This kind of tongue in humor and ability to make fun of yourself is likely a character trait that both partners share and something that brings them closer,” Moore explained to Nicki Swift, adding that humor is one of the essentials to a long-lasting relationship.
It’s not just humor that works as a glue for Eilish and Rutherford. “Billie and Jesse appear to be artistically and intellectually compatible as well,” Moore explained. “Billie has said that she is inspired by Jessie and that he inspires her — so it’s likely that this couple connects on so many levels, emotionally, artistically, intellectually, and career-wise.”
Moore references Eilish’s previous relationship with rapper Brandon Quention Adams, called “Q.” They split in 2019, per Us Weekly, and Eilish said of the relationship, “I don’t think you should be in a relationship super excited about certain things that the other person couldn’t care less about.” With Rutherford, Moore sees enough similarities that the two can bond over. “Compared to her relationships in the past, this partnership seems the most compatible,” Moore explained. “Billie seems to be more compatible with Jessie, for instance, than with her ex, the rapper Q.” But there is one thing about which Eilish should be careful.