Singer Billie Eilish revealed that, despite her very successful year, she still struggles with online haters every day. Things got so bad that for the first time, Eilish made a decision to stop reading the comments on her social media profiles.
Speaking to Zane Lowe for Apple's New Music Daily last week, Eilish said she was actually sick as a dog during the performance.More news: A pigeon and a puppy become best friends at a rescue shelter
The 18-year-old star spoke Tuesday at the BRIT Awards, where she was given the accolade for best worldwide female solo artist.
"If Daniel Craig doesn't like it, you don't get the job", Finneas shared. "No Time To Die" is a classic Eilish song, with dark, sad piano and lonely lyrics, and shares its title with the next Bond movie.
"I thought it would just be like, 'Here's the song, ' and they take it and then I would have no say", she said.More news: TikTok, every teenager's favorite app, just rolled out new parental controls
After her performance, Eilish also added another honour to her long list of accolades when she took home the award for Best International Female Solo artist. Literally, two days ago.
Eilish provided the very first public efficiency of "No Time to Die" together with her sibling as well as co-writer, Finneas O'Connell, author Hans Zimmer as well as Johnny Marr, previous guitar player for The Smiths. "I think that's the issue, I think that's why nobody really stops". "Also, I would say it's anything for a joke".
Things that people may think are amusing include dressing up as Eilish and pretending to be her.More news: Blizzard's long-lost StarCraft: Ghost turns up again in fresh footage
Four of the stamps will feature some of the most famous spy gadgets and cars, including the Aston Martin DB5, the jetpack from Thunderball, the Lotus submarine from The Spy Who Loved Me and the autogyro from You Only Live Twice.