Published: Wed, February 12, 2020
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Billie Eilish's breathtaking Oscars performance in memory of late Hollywood legends

Billie Eilish's breathtaking Oscars performance in memory of late Hollywood legends

Watch Eilish and Finneas cover "Yesterday" below.

While the 18-year-old is confirmed to record the now unknown track, she didn't perform it in Hollywood's Dolby Theatre last night.

While we're now debating a Chanel makeup purchase just to get ourselves some logo'd ribbon, Mara shared the products she used to achieve Billie's look and minus the breast pump (she's breastfeeding, we're not), we want everything.

Eilish perched on a stool while O'Connell sat behind a piano - reminiscent of their Grammys performance of the ballad When The Party's Over. The same went for Janelle Monae, who also played coy about what she had planned for the 92nd Academy Awards.

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Some were complimentary of the melancholy take on the 1965 track. Yes, this look is everything we could have wanted from the debut of the Billie Oscars, with the teenager taking one of the most recognized fashion brands and making it totally his own.

However, the performance drew ire from some Beatles fans. Really, when Variety was embedded with Eilish's autumn tour for our December cover story on the singer, a movie team followed her nearly anywhere. Fittingly, the pair covered the Beatles' classic Yesterday.

Her talents are set to be featured on the big screen when she sings the theme tune for new James Bond adventure No Time to Die.

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