Billie Eilish Makes History as the First Woman to Win the Treble of Art/Film (Oscar, Grammy, and Golden Globe)

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According to Teen Vogue, at the 96th Academy Awards, Billie Eilish, alongside her brother and collaborator Finneas, made history as they were awarded Best Original Song for her smash hit from Barbie,

“What Was I Made For?”

This award set a new record for Eilish, making her the first woman to win the Triple Crown of film music twice (Oscar, Grammy, and Golden Globe).

The 22-year-old artist became the youngest artist to ever win two Oscars before the age of 30, and the youngest person in the history of the Oscars to win two Academy Awards, a record that had not been broken in 87 years.

Billie and her brother’s previous Oscar win was thanks to their 2022 James Bond soundtrack

“No Time to Die,”

which also earned the artist her first Golden Globe award. Her second Golden Globe win was courtesy of the Barbie soundtrack

“What Was I Made For.”

Additionally, the artist has earned over a score of Grammy nominations and secured seven wins at the award shows, including awards for Best New Artist, Best Song, Best Album, and Record of the Year.

#Clique, what are your thoughts on Billie’s record-setting achievements?

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