Billie Eilish is in the house at the 2020 BRIT Awards!

The 18-year-old “bad guy” singer and her brother Finneas hit the red carpet at the event held at The O2 Arena on Tuesday (February 18) in London, England.

She donned a tan-colored ensemble featuring the Burberry pattern on her coat, socks, clear visor, and nails.

Billie is nominated for International Female Solo Artist. She’ll also perform her James Bond theme song “No Time to Die.”

Billie Eilish isn’t British, even if her name does sound like a pastoral Cornish hamlet. She did write the latest James Bond theme, however, for the upcoming No Time to Die, and as we all know, James Bond is a British action legend and sex symbol second only to Paddington. So days after debuting “No Time to Die,” Eilish performed the new Bond theme at the 2020 BRIT Awards on Tuesday, accompanied by Hans Zimmer, Johnny Marr, and her brother and collaborator, Finneas. As BRIT Awards host Jack Whitehall introduced her in his opening monologue, she is “the only teenager in the world who makes Greta Thunberg look lazy.” After the “world exclusive” performance, Eilish went from “No Time to Die” to “so time to cry” when she won the show’s coveted Best International Female Solo Artist award, and thanked the London audience. “I’ve felt very hated recently,” she said, “and when I was on the stage and I saw you guys all smiling at me, it genuinely made me want to cry. And I want to cry right now, so thank you.”

Justin Bieber and Billie Eilish‘s relationship goes deeper than that “Bad Guy” remix. Eilish is a noted Belieber, and Bieber has now opened up about his protective feelings toward the young musician.

In an emotional interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe tied to his new album Changes, Bieber tearfully spoke about his reaction to meeting Eilish at Coachella last year and his desire to protect her from the struggles he faced as a young star in the music business.

“I definitely feel protective of her. It was hard for me being that young and being in the industry and not knowing where to turn,” Bieber said. “Everyone telling me they love me, and, you know, just turn their back on you in a second.

“If she ever needs me, I’m gonna be here for her,” he continued. “I don’t want her to go through anything I went through. I don’t wish that upon anybody. If she ever needs me, I’m just a call away.”

Eilish responded to Bieber’s comments on Instagram, simply writing, “stream changes,” alongside a collection of photos showing off her younger self’s Bieber fever.

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Bieber has been opening up like never before in the lead-up to, and now wake of, Changes‘ release, participating in a raw, revealing YouTube docuseries and speaking candidly about his struggles with mental and physical illness, addiction, and fame.

“He’s amazing. He’s so sweet and, like, I feel — just, honestly, I feel for him, man. He’s been through a lot, dude,” Eilish told Ellen DeGeneres last year of her feelings toward Bieber. After the duo met for the first time at Coachella, Bieber posted an Instagram story commenting, “Long and bright future ahead of you.”1

Billie Eilish has talked frankly about how social media trolling is ruining her life and how she’s quit the internet during an interview on BBC Breakfast.

The Bad Guys singer spoke candidly about how nasty social media users have stopped her from interacting with her fans and how she stopped using platforms to engage with them only two days ago.

‘I stopped reading comments full because it was ruining my life,’ Billie said as she sat alongside her brother Finneas, who co-wrote her Bond track No Time To Die.

‘It’s weird, the cooler things you get to do, the more people hate you. It’s crazy.’

‘What do we do about that, how do we make it better?’ asked interviewer Louise Minchin.

‘I don’t know dude,’ Billie replied. ‘Cancel culture is crazy. The internet is just a bunch of trolls. A problem is that a lot of it is really funny. I think that’s the issue, I think that’s why nobody really stops.

‘Also, I would say that it’s anything for a joke. You’d say anything to make people laugh. I’ve experienced that. Growing up, I’d say things that people would laugh at and then later I’d realise that wasn’t cool to say.’

Billie continued: ‘It’s worse, it’s way worse than it’s ever been. It’s insane that I’ve even been reading comments up until this point.

‘I should have stopped long ago. The problem is that I’ve wanted to stay in touch with the fans and keep talking to them, but people have ruined that for me.

‘The internet is ruining my life so I stay off.’

Billie Eilish gave an emotional acceptance after she won best international female solo artist at the 2020 BRIT Awards. The award was presented by Sporty Spice Mel C, and Mel C cheered as she read out Eilish’s name, who had just performed her new Bond song “No Time to Die” live for the very first time.

“Thank you, Sporty,” Eilish said as she collected the award from Mel C. Eilish beat LizzoLana Del ReyAriana Grande, and Camilla Cabello to the award and called her fellow nominees “the only reason I exist.”

Eilish, who has won her first BRIT award at just 18 years old, then got candid for the rest of her speech.

“I’ve felt very hated recently. And, when I was on the stage [performing ‘No Time to Die’] and I saw you guys all smiling at me…” Eilish said, pausing to catch her breath as the crowd erupted and cheered her on.

“It genuinely made me wanna cry. And I wanna cry right now, so thank you.”

Eilish’s voice broke, and it was clearly an emotional moment for the singer, who recently said that she has stopped reading Instagram comments for the sake of her mental health.


Billie Eilish has made it no secret that she’s a huge fan of Justin Bieber, once calling him her “first love.” Since she’s catapulted to super-stardom, Bieber has shared his love for the young musician, too, appearing on the remix of her No. 1 single “Bad Guy.” In a new interview with Zane Lowe following the release of his album Changes, Bieber explained just how much he relates to her and what she means to him.

“She’s crazy, she’s a superstar,” Bieber told Zane when discussing their first time meeting. “I wanted to protect the moment, we never know how many opportunities we’re gonna get with anybody. I’m tearing up thinking about it just with the Kobe situation… You just never know. I just wanted to be a good example. I definitely feel protective of her. It was hard for me, being that young and being in the industry and not knowing where to turn. And everyone, you know, telling me they loved me and, you know, just turning their back on you in a second. So it’s hard because I want her to know that she can count on me.”

Both of them grew up in the spotlight, becoming famous overnight. When he started talking about his experiences as a young pop star, he started to tear up.

Eilish, clocking on to what Bieber said in the interview, shared a clip on her Instagram alongside old photos of her sporting his merch. “At the end of the day, I don’t wanna—I’m never gonna force myself to be in a relationship with her, it has to be natural right? So I just kinda, you know, let her do her thing and if she ever needs me I’m gonna be here for her,” he continued. “I just wanna protect her, you know? I don’t want her to go through what I want through, I wouldn’t wish that upon anybody.”

Elsewhere in the interview, he also touched upon his marriage with Hailey Baldwin. “I’m freaking married now. I got the best wife in the world,” he continued. “She supports me through so much. I’m really honored to be her husband… This is an album I wrote in the first year of our marriage, so it’s fresh. There’s so much more to learn about commitment, and building trust, and foundation. I’m looking forward to continuing to build and make music that’s going to reflect that.”

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