Billie Eilish Makes GRAMMYs Debut With Emotional Performance

 

Billie Eilish put on a show-stopping performance on Sunday (January 26) at the 2020 GRAMMYs. Marking her debut at the legendary awards show warming our hearts with a performance that truly gave me chills. 

The 18-year-old singer performed a haunting version of her smash hit “when the party's over” while her brother FINNEAS played the melody on piano. 

Eilish and FINNEAS both wore head-to-toe Gucci and looked dope AF in the outfits that shined as brightly as they did on the GRAMMYs stage. While talking to Ryan Seacrest earlier in the evening on the red carpet about her style inspiration she said, “I gotta give credit to all the people I grew up with.”

The “bad guy” singer is up for six Grammy Awards at tonight's show: Best New Artist, Best Song, Pop Solo Performance, Pop Vocal Album, Best Album, and Best Record.

 
 
 

At the time of publishing, Eilish made history when she already won Pop Vocal Album for her debut album, WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?, beating out Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Ariana Grande, and Beyoncé. This makes her the youngest recipient ever of the award ever.

While talking to Ryan Seacrest on the GRAMMYs red carpet, Eilish confirmed that the song she wrote for the upcoming James Bond film was complete — we need it NOW!

If you were as obsessed with Eilish's performance at the GRAMMYs, the singer will be heading out on a massive tour this summer with her brother, FINNEAS. “I can't wait to play these songs in these venues these are the venues we've dreamed of playing,” FINNEAS said about the siblings' upcoming tour. 

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