In addition to winning Best Original Song for “No Time to Die,” which was included in the James Bond film of the same name, Billie Eilish also brought home another Oscar on Sunday night.
Eilish, a seven-time GRAMMY winner, shared the honor with her brother Finneas, who also served as her creative collaborator.
At the Critics Choice Awards, Eilish competed against Beyonce, Jay Z and Kid Cudi, Ariana Grande, and Lin-Manuel Miranda in the category of Best Female Artist.
With this victory, Eilish is one step closer to earning her maiden Academy Award nomination.
Following the announcement of their Academy Award nomination in February, Eilish and Finneas issued a statement to Entertainment Tonight, in which they said, “‘No Time To Die’ has been nominated for an Academy Award, and we are overjoyed and thrilled to have been included in the nominations. It had been a lifetime desire of ours to compose a Bond theme, and it was a dream that we never imagined would come true. For us as composers and musicians, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be acknowledged for this song, and it represents a pinnacle of our professional and personal achievements. The fact that we have been honored today amongst such deserving candidates is something that we do not take for granted.”
“No Time to Die” has already received many awards, including a Grammy Award for Best Song Written for Visual Media and a Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song for its performance.