Billie Eilish celebrated her 18th birthday only weeks before she made Grammy history by becoming the first teenager to win every one of the four significant categories.
The superstar singer, who was born on December 18, 2001, won the Grammys for record of the year, an album of the year, the song of the year and best new artist.
Her name has been additionally pushed into features following the news she has become the most youthful artist in history to write and record the James Bond theme song.
Eilish will record and compose the melody for the up and coming 25th Bond film titled No Time To Die with her sibling Finneas O’Connell.
She has taken the music world since she broke on to the scene in 2015 with her presentation single Ocean Eyes, which was written by her sibling.
Born Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O’Connell, the singer hails from Los Angeles and was brought up in a melodic family.
A fan of The Beatles and Linkin Park, and inspired by youthful Norwegian singer Aurora, Eilish started writing melodies at 11 years old.
The home-schooled star likewise joined the Los Angeles Children’s Choir.
After Ocean Eyes, Eilish released a series of singles and made it to number one in the US with Bad Guy.
Her debut album, entitled When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, followed and beat the charts in the US, the UK and a host of different nations.
It was reported to be the highest-selling debut album of 2019 and the greatest North American debut of the decade, moving 313,000 units in the first week.
Eilish likewise became the most youthful female solo artist to score a number one album in the UK.
She has been open about her battles with sorrow and body dysmorphia however said in an interview in September that she was in the most joyful place of her life.
She told the US edition of Elle magazine: “Two years ago, I felt like nothing mattered; every single thing was pointless.
“Not just in my life, but everything in the whole world. I was fully clinically depressed. It’s insane to look back and not be anymore.”
This year she will set out on her Where Do We Go? world tour, with dates in Europe, South America, and North America, as well as five dates in the UK.
She will play Manchester, Birmingham, and London in July.