Entertainment Billie Eilish Says Oscars Performance Was 'Trash' Because of Her Cold: Watch

17:16  14 february  2020
17:16  14 february  2020 Source:   billboard.com

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Ahead of her performance at the 2020 Oscars on Sunday in Los Angeles, the 18-year-old star reflected on her sweeping success, telling E!’s Eilish is in attendance at the Oscars with her brother Finneas O’Connell, who writes and produces with her. Asked if their accolades will change the way

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You may have enjoyed watching Billie Eilish and brother Finneas cover the Beatles' "Yesterday" at Sunday night's Academy Awards, but the "Bad Guy" singer says she has one word for how she did in her big Oscars debut: "garbage."

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"I was sick for all of the Oscars, I bombed that performance," she tells Apple Music's Zane Lowe in a new interview in which she appears to still be under the weather. "That was trash." Lowe strongly disagreed as Eilish explained that in addition to not feeling physically well, she also felt like the outsider among the Hollywood glitterati. "At least the Grammys wasn't as scary because it was, like, artists," she said. "And it felt like my people, it felt like, 'Oh, look, a bunch of artists!' And I knew a lot of them already and I'd met them and they knew of me."

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Billie Eilish discussed her Oscars performance and penning the James Bond theme song, "No Time to Die," with Apple Music. “That was trash .” Lowe did not concur. Eilish said she felt a bit like a fish out of water amidst all the movie stars during the Academy Awards ceremony.

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In the Skype chat, Eilish also revealed that though her debut as a James Bond singer -- her co-write with Finneas on "No Time To Die" from the upcoming Bond movie -- dropped on Thursday (Feb. 13), the dynamic sibling duo have actually been thinking about 007 for years. "Two years ago we were like, 'Would it be crazy to make a song for the Bond movies? Like, wouldn't that be dope?,'" she said with a laugh.

They kept "subliminally" pitching their take on the British superspy through their music for the past few years, even writing a number of songs they thought sounded Bond-y, but which never came out. "It was honestly a great process," she said of the way the song came together. After seeing the first scene of the script, the brother and sister act hunkered down for three days to write the song in Texas and then recorded it in a bunk on their tour bus. 

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Billie Eilish came to Oscars 2020 ready to make an impact, and from her new look courtesy of Chanel to her Oscars stage performance , she definitely delivered. Hopefully Billie will share her talents at many Academy Awards ceremonies to come. Watch part of Billie 's Oscars 2020 performance below

The 2020 Oscars was worth watching for several reasons, especially when Billie Eilish wordlessly expressed her feelings in the moment throughout the evening. The most popular clip on Twitter was a snapshot of her reacting to Maya Rudolph and Kristen Wiig’s fun Best Production Design and Best

The best part was it was a very collaborative process, with the Bond team interested in hearing Eilish's feedback. "We worked with Hans [Zimmer] and the entire orchestra," she said of the Oscar-winning composer who helped give the moody tune a lush arrangement. "They recorded all of the orchestra when we went there... It went through a lot of different versions and then we got it. We all worked really hard, Hans was incredibly easy to work with and he’s so funny and it was a really good, collaborative experience.”

The song, which also features guitar from Smiths legend Johnny Marr, will be heard in the upcoming 25th Bond film of the same name, which opens on April 10. 

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