Billie Eilish wins Best International Female Solo Artist at the BRIT Awards again

Billie Eilish couldn’t contain her excitement as she beat out a very impressive group of nominees for Best International Female Solo Artist at the BRIT Awards 2021. 

After emerging victorious in the highly competitive category, over Taylor Swift, Cardi B, Miley Cyrus and Ariana Grande, the 19-year-old singer accepted her trophy from home wearing a cozy sweatshirt and her fresh blonde hair styled in natural waves.  

‘This is an honor, The BRITs were so magical for me last year and I think about it all the time. Thank you so much, I miss you. I can’t until I can come back,’ the Bad Guy hitmaker gushed in her heartfelt acceptance speech.  

Winner! Billie Eilish couldn’t contain her excitement as she beat out a very impressive group of nominees for Best International Female Solo Artist at the BRIT Awards 2021

Last year, the seven-time Grammy winner won the same category and left fans stunned with her first live performance of her hit James Bond theme No Time To Die. 

Her win comes after she was quizzed by a host of stars including Justin Bieber, Orlando Bloom, Mel C and Stormzy during a star-studded video shared by Vogue  this month.

And although speaking with some of the biggest names in entertainment, it was the Killing Eve‘s Jodie Comer, 28, who left Billie gushing and having to ‘pull herself together’. 

Glowing: After emerging victorious in the highly competitive category, over Taylor Swift, Cardi B, Miley Cyrus and Ariana Grande, the 19-year-old singer accepted her trophy from home wearing a cozy sweatshirt and her fresh blonde hair styled in natural waves

Glowing: After emerging victorious in the highly competitive category, over Taylor Swift, Cardi B, Miley Cyrus and Ariana Grande, the 19-year-old singer accepted her trophy from home wearing a cozy sweatshirt and her fresh blonde hair styled in natural waves

'This is an honor, The BRITs were so magical for me last year and I think about it all the time. Thank you so much, I miss you. I can't until I can come back,' the Bad Guy hitmaker gushed in her heartfelt acceptance speech

‘This is an honor, The BRITs were so magical for me last year and I think about it all the time. Thank you so much, I miss you. I can’t until I can come back,’ the Bad Guy hitmaker gushed in her heartfelt acceptance speech

Grateful: Eilish looked joyful as she accepted the award from across the pond

Grateful: Eilish looked joyful as she accepted the award from across the pond

When Jodie popped up to ask her about her ‘go-to karaoke song,’ Eilish Billie gasped as she took in the fun question and declared: ‘Jodie! I have such a crush on you, girl… let me pull myself together.’

The star then considered her answer and revealed: ‘Gosh, I really love H.E.R, I feel empowered when I sing H.E.R songs or Chief Keef to be honest. I don’t know if they even have those at karaoke bars but I would request some Chief Keef.’

Billie also recently revealed that she feels ‘more like a woman’ with her new blonde hair as she detailed her transformation in a stunning British Vogue cover shoot. 

Last year, the seven-time Grammy winner won the same category and left fans stunned with her first live performance of James Bond theme No Time To Die; pictured in 2020

Last year, the seven-time Grammy winner won the same category and left fans stunned with her first live performance of James Bond theme No Time To Die; pictured in 2020

Billie looked worlds away from her androgynous style as she channelled Hollywood superstar Marilyn Monroe in a pink corset and suspenders for the shoot, as she went onto discuss her haunting single Your Power.

Discussing her new hair, Billie confessed she was ‘ready for it to suck’ but it’s actually been the perfect transformation.

Having long been an advocate of confidence, Billie vowed to clear up a ‘lot of weird miscommunications’ about her beliefs.  

One year ago: Eilish pictured performing No Time To Die at the 2020 BRIT Awards last February

One year ago: Eilish pictured performing No Time To Die at the 2020 BRIT Awards last February 

She added: ‘It’s all about what makes you feel good. If you want to get surgery, go get surgery. If you want to wear a dress that somebody thinks that you look too big wearing, f**k it – if you feel like you look good, you look good.’ 

Billie, who said she rekindled her love for music in lockdown, added that she hopes by taking a statement on her own beliefs she hopes to maintain control over her own narrative.

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