Billie Eilish, who is considered one of the coolest teens on the planet, has won two titles like one for Favorite Alternative Rock Artist and the other for New Artist of the Year Sunday at the 2019 American Music Awards.
The American singer-songwriter also set the stage of AMAs to fire performing her hit single “All the Good Girls Go to Hell.” We have seen so many stars receiving biggest titles with no pleasant feelings, but the 17-year-old vocalist chilled handing titles as well as hugged Post Malone, and enjoyed a lollipop with Dua Lipa.
The youngest singer introduced the band overlooked by a fellow alternative Billie, Billie Joe Armstrong, for the 25th anniversary of Green Day album Dookie. At the event, one of the most coolest moment was Eilish appeared wearing a shirt with tagline “No Music On A Dead Planet,” so the Billie Eilish, Greta Thunberg, Jane Fonda collaboration will expectantly be dropping any day now.
Most beautiful teen started singing seated whispering the song’s oceanic intro although her brother-collaborator Finneas played piano.
As the latter switched to bass guitar, Eilish jumped up and strutted around the stage against a background of flames, echoing the video for the track.
Eilish later on jumped up and marched around the stage against a background of flames and echoed the video for the track. Lastly, the singer stared impassively into the camera as the stage was overcome by flames.
Previous in the week, Eilish has also received her first six Grammy nominations, as well as the “Big Four” categories are Best New Artist, Song of the Year and Record of the Year (“Bad Guy”) and Album of the Year (When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?).
Her debut LP is also on way to Best Pop Vocal Album, even though “Bad Guy” also achieved a Best Pop Solo Performance. Eilish besides that also hand six American Music Awards such as Favorite Artist Alternative Rock, Favorite Music Video (“Bad Guy”), Favorite Social Artist, New Artist of the Year, Favorite Album Pop/Rock, and Favorite Female Artist Pop/Rock.