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Billie Eilish on cloud nine after ‘Barbie’ song wins big at Grammys

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Billie Eilish cannot believe that her popular track What Was I Made For? from Barbie won the Song of the Year accolade at the 2024 Grammy Awards. 

The songstress accepted the notable accolade alongside her brother, Finneas O’Connell, who co-wrote the blockbuster film’s soulful track with her.

During her acceptance speech, the Lovely singer shockingly said, “Whoops, yikes, whoa my goodness. Damn, that’s stupid.”

She added, “Literally I was looking at everybody’s faces and I leaned over and I was like, ‘Not a chance.'”

“I just wanna say everybody in this category – that was a crazy list of incredible people, incredible artists, incredible music. I feel crazy right now,” Billie added. 

Moreover, the musician expressed her heartfelt gratitude towards the director of Barbie Greta Gerwig for “making the best movie of the year.”

Earlier, in conversation with Variety, Billie dubbed her most popular track of the year “moving.”

She said, “It was so moving, dude. It was so, so touching. I feel like I helped bring people together, and it felt so special. I wasn’t expecting to have women around the world feel connected.”



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