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Brits 2020: Billie Eilish blows fans away with incredible James Bond No Time To Die performance

BILLIE Eilish blew fans away tonight after performing the new James Bond theme at the Brit Awards 2020.

Billie, 18, took to the stage and belted out No Time To Die, which is the song from new movie of the same name, for the first time in front of a huge crowd.

Wearing a black sparkling top and trousers, Billie performed the ballad while sitting on a stool next to a pianist.

US star Billie is the youngest singer ever to take on a Bond theme but fans believe she nailed it tonight at London's O2 Arena.

Taking to Twitter, one wrote: "Billie Eilish you genius."

Another said: "Her voice is INSANE."

A third gushed: "You just can’t disagree. #BillieEilish is incredible."

A third added: "Imagine having the voice of billie eilish and being able to sing like that. bye she’s so good."

One even said: "The worst decision I ever made in my life was not buying Billie Eilish tickets."

Earlier in the night, Billie - full name Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O'Connell - arrived at the ceremony wearing a Burberry outfit.

While most of the female stars chose to bare the flesh, Billie kept off the cold February chill with a cosy jumper, trousers and oversized coat. The teen star coordinated her outfit with Burberry socks, super-long tails and her trademark dyed hair.

Meanwhile, before Billie's Brits performance she revealed that Daniel Craig had to approve No Time To Die.

Appearing alongside her producer and co-writer brother Finneas O'Connell, the teen told BBC Breakfast viewers: "We've been wanting to make a Bond song for years.

"I remember at the beginning of last year we told our whole team that if any Bond things come up we want to be involved if we can possibly be."

Finneas added: "There are few things as desirable as doing a Bond song and we didn't take the opportunity lightly.

"We really just tried to work as hard as we could to prove ourselves worthy of that."

And it wasn't just the film's creators that had to approve of the song, with James Bond actor Daniel Craig also having a say."

Finneas explained: "He had to like it. If Daniel doesn't like it then you don't get the job."

Billie continued: "He has a big say in it, we learned that from this. He's really involved.

"We haven't met him but he's got to like it before they move on."