Billie Eilish lets one of her songs feature in cyberbullying campaign

She’s one of the hottest artists in the world right now – and it seems Billie Eilish also has a heart of gold The 17-year old singer has allowed her song When The Party’s Over to feature free of charge in a new Australian campaign that shines a much-needed spotlight on cyberbullying and the affects it has on children  On Tuesday night, Charlotte McLaverty, who wrote and directed the online video, told The Project: ‘We are so lucky!’  ‘We played [Billie’s] songs on set to get the actors in character and everyone was like, “Oh my gosh, can we use her song?”,’ said Charlotte, 15  ‘So we went to her, and she was like, “Sure!”‘ ‘[Billie’s] all about that type of stuff, which is amazing,’ she added   Charlotte’s online video is called Are Your Words Doing Damage? and was created to highlight the very real problem of cyberbullying   ‘Gone are the days where parents could see schoolyard bullying, now the antagonisers are sitting behind a screen, hidden from view, yet always there  The powerful online bullying video has been produced to draw attention to the charity Dolly’s Dream, which was set up in memory of Amy ‘Dolly’ Everett The 14-year old tragically took her own life after an extended period of bullying and cyberbullying earlier this year  At the time, Dolly’s passing prompted tributes from former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, boxer Jeff Horn, and even entertainer Bette Midler Dolly left behind her parents Tick and Kate and her sister Meg, who are now focused on preventing other families from going through the same devastating experience