The seven-time Grammy winner is nominated for six awards this time, including song of the year for "What Was I Made For?"
Billie Eilish was made for red carpets!
The “What Was I Made For?” singer, who is nominated in six categories at the 2024 Grammy Awards, followed up her oversized cape jacket outfit from the 2022 red carpet with a low-key ensemble that paid tribute to team Barbie. Eilish, 22, walked the red carpet in a vintage Barbie-themed bomber jacket from Chrome Hearts that was reworked specifically for her.
The Grammy-winner's black jacket featured light pink sleeves, silver heart-shaped buttons and "Barbie" embroidered in pink on the front. Eilish paired her jacket with a casual, untucked white button down shirt and black dress pants.
Already a seven-time Grammy winner before Sunday’s ceremony, Eilish won best song written for visual media for "What Was I Made For?" before hitting the red carpet with her brother and co-writer Finneas. The "Bad Guy" singer accessorized her outfit with a simple silver beaded bracelet and rings. Additionally, she continued to have fun with her hair color thanks to her deep red roots.
Meanwhile, Finneas, 26, matched his little sister in a head-to-toe black outfit. The Grammy-nominee wore a black button down, black dress pants and a silver necklace.
Eilish did not attend the 2023 ceremony, so this appearance marks her return to the Grammys red carpet. For her past two appearances at this event, she covered parts of her face with accessories.
In 2022, the Happier Than Ever artist sported black retro sunglasses with her dramatic caped outfit, while in 2021 amid COVID-19 concerns, she rocked a protective face mask that matched her pink, black and gray patterned button down shirt, flared trousers and bucket hat.
This year, Eilish’s “What Was I Made For?” from the Barbie soundtrack is nominated five times for song of the year, record of the year, best music video, best song written for visual media and best pop solo performance.
“What Was I Made For?” already won the Golden Globe for best original song on Jan. 7. The track also earned an Oscar nod for best original song, which she and her producer brother FINNEAS said they were “incredibly honored” for receiving ahead of the Academy Awards on March 10.
Eilish’s sixth nomination this year is for her “Never Felt So Alone” collaboration with Labrinth for best pop duo/group performance.
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Eilish first attended the Grammys in 2020, when she became only the second artist in Grammy history to earn wins in the four biggest categories: best new artist, song of the year, record of the year and album of the year. She also won best pop vocal album that year for her debut studio album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
Since then, she’s taken home two more Grammys: record of the year for “Everything I Wanted” and best song written for visual media for “No Time To Die,” both in 2021. Overall, Eilish has been nominated 25 times, securing seven Grammy trophies throughout her career.
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