After a string of awards show performances that have been more on the sombre and subdued side, Billie Eilish was finally able to cut loose at this year’s Grammys.
In fact, the chart-topping singer quite literally turned the stage upside down during Sunday night’s live show.
She began the performance by singing Happier Than Ever’s slow opening section in close-up, while sporting a top paying tribute to Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins, who died last month at the age of 50.
As the track progressed, viewers saw that she was singing inside of an upside-down living room, in a nod to the song’s music video.
After making it onto the roof of the makeshift house, Billie then rocked out with her brother Finneas, while they were both pelted with rain.
Billie went into this year’s Grammys with seven nominations to her name, though she ended up going home empty-handed.
We can’t imagine that was something she’s too upset about, though. At the past two Grammys, Billie has scooped an impressive seven awards, and last week celebrated a victory at the Oscars thanks to her contribution to the No Time To Die soundtrack.
Jazz and R&B singer Jon Batiste was the big winner at the 2022 Grammys with five wins, while Olivia Rodrigo also took home three awards, including Best New Artist.