Billie Eilish, Finneas win Oscar for best original song

Billie Eilish and Finneas O'Connell

Billie Eilish is now an Academy Award winner.

The 20-year-old artist lyricist and her sibling Finneas won the Oscar for Best Original Song for “No Time to Die,” the signature tune they composed and recorded for the 25th James Bond film.

This is the main Oscar assignment and win for both Billie and Finneas. During their acknowledgment discourse, Billie shared, “Goodness, my gosh.

This is so staggering, I could shout. Much thanks to you to our 007 family,” while Finneas added, “we need to thank our folks who have generally been our greatest motivations and our legends, and we love you as guardians we love you as genuine individuals as well.”

At the time that Oscar selections were declared, the innovative couple made an announcement on “how respected and invigorated” they were to get acknowledgment from the Academy.

“It was a deep rooted dream of our own to compose a Bond subject, and one we never suspected could at any point work out,” their statement read.

“It’s totally staggering that we are here being perceived for this melody, and this is a pinnacle valuable encounter for us as lyricists and artistes.”

While this is Billie’s first Oscar win, she outstandingly cleared the Grammys in 2020 when she won the honors for best new craftsman, melody of the year, record of the year and collection of the year. She has seven Grammy Awards added to her repertoire, while Finneas has eight.

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