Billie Eilish Performs The Beatles’ Yesterday for 2020 Oscar Memoriam

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She made history at the Grammys a few weeks ago after scooping up all four major awards. On Sunday, Billie Eilish performed a cover of The Beatles’ most-covered song of all time, Yesterday. Credited to Lennon–McCartney, the song was first released on the album Help! in August 1965.

Billie gave an emotional rendition of the song for the in memoriam tribute at the 92nd annual Academy Awards. The Academy paid tribute to several artists, including basketball legend Kobe Bryant, who won an Oscar for Best Animated Short Film in 2018 for his film Dear Basketball. They also honored three-time Best Actor nominee Kirk Douglas, who died just a few days before the Oscars.

Fans, however, were quick to notice that some actors, including Luke Perry and Cameron Boyce, were not included in the montage. Luke Perry was part of the Oscar-nominated movie Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

Before hitting the stage with her brother Finneas, Billie walked the Oscar red carpet in her signature baggy look. She opted for Chanel this time, wearing an oversized white fuzzy tweed pantsuit adorned with the fashion house’s interlocking C logo brooches.

Billie Eilish in head-to-toe Chanel at the 2020 Academy Awards in Los Angeles on February 9, 2020Billie Eilish in head-to-toe Chanel at the 2020 Academy Awards in Los Angeles on February 9, 2020

Stylist Samantha Burkhart helped craft Billie’s look. She accessorized with black-and-white lace fingerless gloves, which showed off her long black nails. Each nail was adorned with a tiny crystal at the tip, done by Tammy Taylor.

Billie Eilish wears Chanel accessories and long black nails with jeweled tipsBillie Eilish wears Chanel accessories and long black nails with jeweled tips

She also styled the look with a selection of gold Chanel jewelry, which includes a pair of logo text dangling earrings, a chunky layered chain necklace, and statement rings.

To complete her head-to-toe Chanel look, she slipped into a pair of furry black-and-white sneakers.

Billie Eilish completes her head-to-toe Chanel look with furry bi-color sneakersBillie Eilish completes her head-to-toe Chanel look with furry bi-color sneakers

Makeup artist Robert Rumsey gave Billie a natural makeup-look with nude-pink lipgloss, peachy blush, and mascara. She sported her neon green and black hair in a center-parted, loose updo, styled with Chanel hair accessories by Mara Roszak.

Billie Eilish sports a messy but chic updo and soft makeup-lookBillie Eilish sports a messy but chic updo and soft makeup-look

Billie and her brother attended the Vanity Fair Oscar party following the ceremony. For the occasion, she traded her white Chanel outfit for a black Gucci look, similar to what she wore to the Grammys. Her brother, Finneas, opted for a classic three-piece suit for the after-party.

Finneas O'Connell and Billie Eilish attend the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, California on February 9, 2020Finneas O’Connell and Billie Eilish attend the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, California on February 9, 2020

Billie’s Gucci ensemble included a beaded pajama-style top with matching trousers and a long-sleeved sheer innerwear.

She styled her gothic look with Gucci jewelry and a pair of black Gucci ‘Flashtrek’ chunky sneakers.

Billie Eilish teams her Gucci after-part-look with Gucci chunky sneakersBillie Eilish teams her Gucci after-part-look with Gucci chunky sneakers

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Credit: Sheri Determan / Instar / Adriana M. Barraza / WENN

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