Billie Eilish was quick to defend BTS after her fans dissed the group and possible collaboration in the future.

During a recent live interview, the 17-year-old pop star asked the crowd if she should team up with the boys to record a new song. However, the response wasn't exactly what she expected. Though most fans screamed back "YES," some people shouted "NO," which prompted Eilish to clap back at all the negativity.

“Stop! Oh, my God, that is so mean,” the "Bury a Friend" singer told the audience. “I’ll listen to them. They’re very nice, they’ve said some very nice things about me.”

You can watch her response in the clip, below.

A collab is definitely possible. After all, we know the group has already worked with Ed Sheeran, Halsey, Becky G, Zara Larsson, Charli XCX, Juice WRLD and the Chainsmokers, so here's to hoping Eilish joins this list.

Plus, it’s no secret the members of BTS, particularly Jungkook, love her music. Not only has he brought her up in past interviews, but he nearly broke the internet when he posted a video of himself dancing to "Bad Guy."

Meanwhile, both Eilish and BTS are set to perform at KIIS-FM’s annual Jingle Ball holiday concert, which takes place on Friday, December 6, at The Forum in Los Angeles. Other artists, including Katy Perry, Sam Smith, Camila Cabello, Halsey, French Montana, Lizzo and Normani, are also expected to hit the stage.