Billie Eilish already has several Grammys, AMAs, and Billboard Music Awards under her belt, and she just added another prestigious award to her growing collection. She won a Golden Globe for the best original song for the theme song from No Time to Die.
Eilish shared the honor with her brother and creative partner Finneas O’Connell, who co-wrote this tune by her side. “No Time to Die” served as the theme song for the James Bond film of the same name, and it was originally released in February 2020.
Eilish had to beat some tough competition to collect this accolade. She was competing against Beyoncé with “Be Alive”, from King Richard and Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Dos Oruguitas” from Encanto. Van Morrison’s “Down to Joy” from Belfast and “Here I Am” by Jamie Hartman, Jennifer Hudson, and Carole King from Respect were also in the running.
Golden Globe isn’t the first award that Eilish managed to win with “No Time to Die”. This song previously collected the award for best song written for visual media at this year’s Grammys. It’s currently in the running for several more accolades, and it’s considered as one of the front-runners for the Academy Award for best original song.