Recent Grammy darling Billie Eilish and her brother/songwriter, Finneas, were in attendance at the 92nd Academy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday to help honor those in the film industry who died this year. In her signature, airy vocal style, the teenage noir-pop singer serenaded the Oscars crowd with a delicate rendition of The Beatles‘ classic ballad, “Yesterday”.

Billie Eilish has had a big few weeks with regard to awards shows. Prior to her Beatles cover on the Oscars, Eilish made a big showing at January’s Grammy Awards. The 18-year-old vocalist received six 2020 Grammy nominations including “Best New Artist,” “Album of the Year,” “Record of the Year,” and “Song of the Year” (for “Bad Guy”), making her the youngest artist to be nominated in the four main categories in the same year.

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Eilish went on to sweep the four main general field categories, making her the first female and youngest artist overall to achieve that feat. She also became the youngest solo act to win the “Album of the Year” Grammy for When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?.

The spring leg of Billie Eilish’s Where Do We Go World Tour will kick off on March 9th at American Airlines Arena in Miami, FL. For a full list of upcoming Billie Eilish tour dates, head to her website here.