Eilish performed a song featured in the hit HBO series during her headlining set at the music festival Thursday.
Prosecutors say the security guard admitted to the stunt because she wanted to "leave work early."
Lil Durk completed his set while injured, but later announced he was taking a break to "focus on my health."
“IDK Sh!t,” the latest single from the Los Angeles-based pop singer, reflects his frustrations with “adulting” as a 20-something single gay man.
The rapper -- who has been axed from Lollapalooza, the Governors Ball and Day N Vegas -- said his comments were misinformed, hurtful and triggering.
The music festival said it is "founded on diversity, inclusivity, respect, and love."
Marc Geiger, who co-founded the Chicago music festival in 1990, says the world needs to be ready for "a very long forced timeout."
The morning show dedicated an entire segment to the country singer's use of a swear word while speaking out about gun violence at Lollapalooza.
The singer expressed her fury at the recent spate of gun violence on stage at Lollapalooza on Sunday. "Somebody f**king do something," she yelled.
Dan Reynolds' rainbow flag spoke loudly in a country where queer people still face much discrimination.