Billie Eilish is a real-life Barbie doll.
Eilish, 22, transformed into to the 1965 Poodle Parade Barbie during her performance at the 2024 Grammys on Sunday, February 4, in Los Angeles. While singing her track “What Was I Made For,” which was featured in the Barbie movie, Eilish looked identical to the vintage doll in an olive green dress, a checkered coat finished with a pink hem and a silky scarf covering her hair. Just like the toy, Eilish accessorized with black sunglasses.
Hours before performing, Eilish hinted at her look via Instagram. “Poodle Parade 1965,” she captioned a photo of the Barbie.
Although Eilish didn’t rock the fit on the red carpet, she still looked fabulous in a vintage Barbie jacket revamped by Chrome Hearts. The garment featured silky pink sleeves contrasted by black throughout. Underneath, she sported a white Willy Chavarria dress shirt and a black tie.
Eilish accessorized with black framed eyeglasses. She kept her glam simple with mascara and lip gloss. Her hair was parted down the center and worn down.
In addition to posing solo, she also took photos on the red carpet with her brother, Finneas, who rocked a black shirt and black pants. He elevated his look with a silver chain necklace.
This year, Eilish and Finneas were nominated for Record Of The Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Best Music Video for her track in Barbie. The pair took home the trophy for Song of the Year.
“This is nuts,” she said while accepting the award.
Eilish’s song is also up for an award at the 2024 Oscars, which will be held on Sunday, March 10. After receiving the nomination in January, she took to Instagram to share her thoughts.
“Thank you so much to the members of @theacademy for nominating ‘What Was I Made For?’” she wrote, adding, “We are endlessly grateful for this honor and to have been a part of @barbiethemovie 🎀.”