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19 February 2020, 17:50
Fresh from her BRITs 2020 win, Billie Eilish caught up with Roman Kemp to share the cute reason why she loved the award ceremony.
Talking to Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp, the 'No Time To Die' singer said she loved the seating arrangements at the BRITs, as opposed to the way they're sat at the likes of the GRAMMYs.
After winning International Female Solo Artist, the 18-year-old said "I liked it because I got to sit at a table with my crew.
"Normally, you just get to sit next to one person," said Billie Eilish. "It was nice to be able to sit next to my dad, and my managers - who I like."
Speaking of her win, Billie said that she thought her win was "huge" (which it was), and compared the BRITs to the GRAMMYs, despite saying the vibe in the room was very different.
Billie Eilish performed her Bond theme tune, 'No Time To Die', live for the very first time at the BRITs, alongside Hans Zimmer, Johnny Marr and her brother, Finneas.
Billie Eilish is joining Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp on Thursday, 20 February, and you can hear her chat (and a surprise for one fan...) by downloading our app right now.