Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas O'Connell bagged the prestigious Song of the Year award for What Was I Made For? featured in the Barbie movie soundtrack.
As the duo took the stage to accept the golden gramophone, Eilish's genuine shock was evident.
As the duo took the stage of 2024 Grammy Awards to accept the golden gramophone.
"Whoops, yikes, whoa, my goodness. Damn, that's stupid," Eilish exclaimed, expressing disbelief at their win.
"Literally, I was looking at everybody's faces, and I leaned over and I was like, 'Not a chance.' I feel crazy right now," she continued, giving a nod to the remarkable talent in the category.
The competition for the Song of the Year title was fierce, featuring heavyweights like Dua Lipa, Jon Batiste, Lana Del Rey, Miley Cyrus, Olivia Rodrigo, SZA, and Taylor Swift.
Eilish acknowledged the exceptional lineup, describing it as "a crazy list of incredible people, incredible artists, incredible music."
In their acceptance speeches, both Eilish and Finneas expressed humility, finding it "hard to feel deserving, ever," and conveying deep gratitude for the acknowledgment.
The winning track, What Was I Made For? from the Barbie movie soundtrack, struck a chord with listeners for its emotional resonance.
Billie Eilish and Finneas performed at the 2024 Grammy:
The duo stole the spotlight at the 2024 Grammys with a mesmerizing performance of What Was I Made For.
Billie, seated on a stool, channeled a '50s Barbie vibe, while Finneas skillfully played the delicate instrumentation on a baby grand piano, clad in a sharp tux.
The heartfelt song, nominated for multiple awards, resonated with a moving string section and emotional lyrics.
As the performance ended, the audience, including stars like John Legend and Janelle Monáe, erupted into a standing ovation.
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