Billie Eilish and Finneas hit the stage during the 2020 Oscars to perform during the In Memoriam, and up until the time, nobody was aware of what song Billie would take on.
She chose “Yesterday” from The Beatles, and she shared prior to performing the following on her Instagram story:
Her performance included a slideshow of those who we lost throughout the year, including Kobe Bryant, Rip Torn, Barbara Hammer, Patricia Blau, Bernie Pollack, Steve Golin, Paul LeBlanc, John Briley, Diahann Carroll, Terry Jones, Catherine Burns, Agnes Varda, Wayne Fitzgerald, David Foster, Danny Aiello, Buck Henry, Stanley Donen, David V. Picker, Barry Malkin, Robert Forster, Robert Evans, Richard Williams, Machiko Kyo, Jim R. Alexander, Anna Karina, D.A. Pennebaker, Leonard Goldberg, Fernando Lujan, Andre Previn, Peter Mayhew, Sylvia Miles, William J. Creber, Godfrey Gao, Bibi Andersson, Michael Lynne, Gene Warren Jr., Alvin Sargent, Dorris Day, Anna Udvardy, Sid Ramin, Michelle Guish, Sidney J. Sheinberg, Ben Barenholtz, Joss Williams, Piero Tossi, Kenneth Walker, Rutger Hauer, Syd Mead, Harriet Frank Jr., Franco Zeffirelli, John Witherspoon, Bernard Chevry, Seymour Cassel, Peter Fonda, Branko Lustig, Gerry Lewis, John Singleton, and Kirk Douglas.
WATCH THE PERFORMANCE HERE:
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