Billie Eilish Wins The 4 “Big” Grammy Awards In The Overshadowed Ceremony


Billie Eilish has absolutely bossed her first Grammy Awards ceremony: She won a total of five Grammy’s, including the four “big” ones: Song of the Year, Record of the Year, Album of the Year, and Best New Artist.

She also won the Best Pop Vocal award, and she was also nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance.
Winning the four “big” awards, Eilish became the first person to achieve this since Christopher Cross back in 1981, and she also replaced Taylor Swift as the youngest artist to win a Grammy for Album of the Year.

Billie’s When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? and her chart-topping single “Bad Guy” were the biggest winners of the night.

Billie Eilish appeared to be very surprised by her domination at the ceremony, and she even said at one point that she felt Ariana Grande deserved the award for Album of the Year.


She accepted her award for Song of the Year with her brother Finneas O’Connell who produced and co-wrote her album. She said that many other songs deserved this award, and she was sorry.

She also thanked everyone for her first Grammy and added that she never thought this would ever happen in her life.

She also added that she feels like she jokes around a lot and she never takes anything seriously, but she genuinely wanted to say that she’s so grateful and honored to be there.

Eilish also thanked her team, her mom, her dad, and her best friends for keeping her alive to this day.



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