- 27 Jan 20
She's now the first woman in history to earn all four awards in one night.
Billie Eilish took home the Big Four Grammy Awards - Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Record of the Year and Best New Artist - at the ceremony last night, making her the first woman to earn the prestigious distinction. She also took home an award for Best Pop Vocal Album.
She lost out on the Best Pop Solo Performance for 'Bad Guy' to Lizzo, who won for her hit 'Truth Hurts,' but won every other award she was nominated for. Finneas, her brother and producer, also took home an award for Producer of the year. Eilish is now the youngest Album of the Year and Record of the Year winner, distinctions previously held by Taylor Swift, Kimbra and Sam Smith.
Freshly 18, the artist has made major waves in the international music scene. Her debut album When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go?, released last year, earned Platinum distinction twice in the U.S. and in a number of other countries. Her hit single 'Bad Guy' also saw similar success, hitting Platinum certification in 15 countries.
Read Hot Press' interview with Eilish from last summer here.