The internet is a bunch of trolls and the problem is a lot of it is really amusing.
The 18-year-old star spoke Tuesday at the BRIT Awards, where she was given the accolade for best global female solo artist.
The 18-year-old singer took to the stage alongside her older brother Finneas O'Connell, who played the piano accompanied by an orchestra, fronted by legendary film composer Hans Zimmer. "I think that's the issue - that's why nobody really stops because it's amusing".
"When I heard the song I thought it was a very cool and smart choice". I think that's the issue, I think that's why nobody really stops.
Even though Billie Eilish's stirring performance at the 2020 Academy Awards earlier this month, was highly praised by her fans, the singer does not think she did a good job.
During an interview with Apple Music, Billie reflected on her performance at the award ceremony and revealed that she was sick during the show.
The tune serves as the title track for the upcoming James Bond film of the same name, and Eilish slayed her live debut performance of the haunting tune.
Following their "awful" day in the studio and they ended up writing and recording the song in a tour bus in Texas, after Finneas came up with an inital chord progression; in just three days the song was written and recorded.
Eilish also went home with the Best International Female Solo Artist from Spice Girl Mel C. I've felt very hated recently'. "When I was on the stage and I saw you guys all smiling at me it genuinely made me want to cry and I want to cry right now", an emotional Eilish said.
The 2020 BRIT Awards have officially kicked off in London!
The latest instalment in the James Bond franchise, "No Time to Die", hits theatres April 10.
The 92nd Academy Awards saw the singer-songwriter cover The Beatles' Yesterday for the ceremony's In Memoriam segment, which paid tribute to stars who have passed away in the previous year.
Billie went on: "Also I would say it's, like, anything for a joke".
The famous piano man previously won an Oscar with Tim Rice for Can You Feel The Love Tonight from The Lion King in 1995.