After her major haul at this year's Grammys, Billie Eilish is on her way to another awards ceremony - the Oscars.
It's been confirmed that Billie Eilish is set to perform next Sunday night at the Oscars. Interestingly enough, there are no details on what song she'll be performing or at what part of the night, either. There's some speculation that she may be singing during the In Memoriam section, as no singer has been confirmed for that segment of the show.
Others believe that it will be the first performance of the theme song for 'No Time To Die'. In fact, the press release sent from Eilish's label also pointed that she's been picked for the theme song for 'No Time To Die', which just adds to the rumour mill.
Not only that, Eilish isn't nominated in any category, nor has any of her music featured in any of the movies on the night - so there's something of a question mark as to why she's performing in the first place other than to perform the theme song for 'No Time To Die'.
It could just well be that Eilish is on the rise and the Oscars - which is desperate to appeal to younger audiences - is trying to cash in on that.
All will be revealed on Sunday night and we'll have full coverage of the night first thing Monday morning.