At this year’s Grammy Awards, Billie Eilish and her older brother, Finneas O’Connell, took home awards in a few of the greatest classifications. Billie and Finneas won numerous awards, consisting of Album of the Year, Tune of the Year, and Record of the Year.
Furthermore, Eilish took home the award for Finest Brand-new Artist as did O’Connell for Manufacturer of the Year. To put it simply, it was a big year for both celebrations. Throughout a current interview, nevertheless, O’Connell shared that he and Billie in fact felt embarrassed to win many since they were hoping that the classification wins would be shared similarly amongst the other candidates.
The 22- year-old mentioned that he and Billie were grateful to win the awards, however there was a sense of shame. He discussed that he wasn’t in fact anticipating to win that lots of.
O’Connell added that he figured Lizzo or Lil Nas X would win more in the leading classifications, including that if he needed to wager money, he believed he would’ve lost had he bet on winning all of them.
According to O’Connell, he believed that Truth Injures would take home the record of the year, and likewise “Old Town Road” was more fit for Tune of the Year. The just one he and Billie were intending to win was the album of the year since he and Billie like listening to her record from front to cover.
Finneas has actually currently proceeded to the next phase of his profession. Instead of returning in 2 years and intending to win more Grammys, he would rather start operating in movie and theater rather. With that stated, he and Billie are thinking of her approaching world trip a lot.
The last time we saw the set together was at the 2020 Oscars, where they interacted to carry out the traditional The Beatles tune, “Yesterday.” While things have actually been excellent in between him and Billie since her meteoric rise to popularity, there have actually been some downsides.
O’Connell shared that he and Billie can no longer go throughout public together. They have actually ended up being too well-known.