One of the youngest female singers and songwriters, Billie Eilish has swept seven Grammy awards now. Starting her career as an artist at a young age, she has won billions of streaming hearts worldwide. Her success took a new step when Eilish recorded the James Bond song No Time To Die.
The teen queen has a huge fandom who adores her enchanting voice because her music is innovative, unique, and personal. The singer has always brought freshness to the stage and engaged people with her quirkiness. While she has received multiple awards and during her iconic 2020 Oscar In Memoriam performance, she revealed one guy who made her emotional during her set.
This person made Billie Eilish during her 2020 Oscar performance
At the 2020 Oscar, all the celebrities came together at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles to celebrate the top movies of the year. Meanwhile, it was also a year of tragedy for the renowned basketball player Kobe Bryant’s daughter. As we all know that their helicopter crashed in California, which took the legendary NBA star from fans. The singer felt sad about the catastrophic end of Kobe and his daughter’s life.
To honor his memory, the Oscars decided to pay him a tribute and all those who lost their life. Billie Eilish also paid her respects to him through her songs.
“Every time I see his face I’m like what like it’s so weird right you know it doesn’t make sense to me,” stated Eilish. The 20-year-old star performed a cover of Yesterday by The Beatles for Kobe Byrant’s Memoriam.
Billie beautifully sang the cover while images of all the victims were played on the screen behind her. Meanwhile, she came all decked up in a white baggy tweed suit from Chanel featuring brooches in the brand’s logo with her iconic hairstyle with green-colored roots and long black nail.
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