No detail has been overlooked for Billie Eilish. On the Grammy stage this Sunday, the singer wore a real doll look.
You will have understood, for Billie Eilish, there is no question of missing the theme of her hit song “What Was I Made For”. And if you didn’t know about Barbie Poodle, now consider it a done deal. Thanks Billie. The vintage doll was released in 1995 in a limited edition and the singer decided to recreate her look especially for the 66th Grammy Awards.
So she wore an elegant olive green dress with thin straps over a pale pink turtleneck. A green and white tweed coat, as well as a pink satin scarf wrapped around her dolce vita-style red hair, completed the look she had teased on Instagram. The homage of more than a long series to the icon of the Mattel universe. And for the young woman, the attention to detail does not stop there.
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Billie Eilish in total Barbie look for the Grammys
Indeed, before going on stage, the 22-year-old performer first went through the unmissable red carpet. On this occasion, she wore a vintage Barbie-themed bomber jacket. Her black jacket had pale pink sleeves, silver heart-shaped buttons, and “Barbie” embroidered in pink on the front, paired with an unfitted white button-up shirt and black pants. All obviously oversized as usual.
A perfect look all night long to grab two more gramophones to add to your collection. She walked away with the awards for Song of the Year and Best Song Written for Visual Media for “What Was I Made For”, composed with her brother Finneas for the “Barbie” soundtrack. Billie Eilish did not fail to thank the director of the blockbuster: “Thank you to Greta Gerwig for making the best film of the year. “. A great victory for the one who approached 2023 in a very light manner. “It was supposed to be an off year. We didn’t release an album, we didn’t do anything. We really made a song and said, “Here it is.” » And there you have it, two more Grammys!
The ceremony on WECB Hits, February 5
Exclusively in France, the 66th Grammy Awards ceremony will be broadcast on Monday February 5 on the channel WECB Hits At 20 o ‘clock. A replay will be available from Friday February 9 at 8 p.m.