Billie Eilish performs brilliant cover of 'Yesterday' by The Beatles for Oscars 2020 In Memoriam

10 February 2020, 11:25 | Updated: 10 February 2020, 12:12

By Rory O'Connor

Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas O'Connell performed a chilling version of 'Yesterday' by The Beatles for the Oscars 2020 In Memoriam section of the ceremony last night.

The 'Bad Guy' singer collaborated with her brother once again to cover the Fab Four.

It came as fans and reporters speculated Billie would debut her upcoming theme tune for Bond film No Time To Die.

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Billie performed 'Yesterday' while a screen behind her paid tribute to stars of the film industry that are no longer with us.

Billie Eilish performs 'Yesterday' by The Beatles for the Oscars 2020 In Memoriam
Billie Eilish performs 'Yesterday' by The Beatles for the Oscars 2020 In Memoriam. Picture: Getty
Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas O'Connell at the Oscars 2020
Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas O'Connell at the Oscars 2020. Picture: PA

It began with a tribute to late basketball star Kobe Bryant, before including film stars from Doris Day to Peter Mayhew and Kirk Douglas.

However, viewers were upset to see that actor Luke Perry, who died last year and starred in the Oscar-nominated film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, was not mentioned.

Producer Finneas told Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show the Bond theme will be coming "really soon".

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He added: "One of the double 0 agents is in the crowd tonight and I get a hypodermic dart in my neck if I say anything.

"I think I’m allowed to say soon – really soon. The movie’s great. It’s great. I can tell you something – it’s great."

Watch the full performance below: