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Which Barbie was Billie Eilish’s look inspired by?

Singer Billie Eilish performed the track “What Was I Made For?” with a look inspired by a Barbie; find out which one!

Last night, the 4th, the 66th edition of the Grammys took place and Billie Eilish paid homage to “Barbie”. The look worn by the singer on the red carpet was a black and pink jacket, which contained the Mattel doll logo in pink.

For those who don’t remember, Billie Eilish was part of the soundtrack for the live-action “Barbie”, with the song “What Was I Made For?”. The singer was competing in the “Song of the Year” and “Best Song Written for Visual Media” categories, taking home both statuettes.

Furthermore, Eilishtook the stage alongside his brother, Finneas O’Connell to perform “What Was I Made For?” live and caught the public’s attention with her look. The singer chose to recreate her outfit Barbie “Poodle Parade”, 1965.

Billie gave a spoiler about the look before going to the awards, as he published photos of the doll on his Instagram profile. Like this Margot Robbieprotagonist and producer of “Barbie”, who used clothes inspired by the doll to promote the film, yesterday, Eilish did the same.

Source: Recreio

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