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13 February 2020, 15:57 | Updated: 13 February 2020, 16:01
'Everything I Wanted' singer Billie Eilish has confirmed she's recorded the title track for James Bond's 'No Time To Die' making her the youngest artist in history to land the historic gig.
Billie Eilish has confirmed she's recorded the 'James Bond' No Time To Die, title track, after rumours mounted and the 'ocean eyes' singer posted a montage of Bond girls to her Instagram page, fuelling the fire.
At just 18-years-old, she is the youngest person ever to record the title track, which she confirmed in an Instagram post to her 48 million followers simply saying, "guess what i’m doing".
A blog focussing on everything James Bond, mi6-hq.com, recently revealed had knowledge the 'bad guy' singer was the chosen artist for the upcoming No Time To Die, writing on their page:
"MI6 understands that American singer-songwriter Billie Eilish will be performing the title song to the 25th James Bond film No Time To Die."
Elsewhere, fans noticed Billie has posted a montage of iconic Bond women to her Instagram page, which many saw as irrefutable proof she was on board for the infamous opening credit song- and they were right!
One fan wrote, "If Billie Eilish posting these to her insta story isn't proof that the James Bond theme song rumors are true, I don't know what is" and another said, "Billie Eilish posting Bond girls on her insta story is enough to convince me she is singing the new James Bond theme."
Fans are ecstatic to have the news confirmed, flooding her comments with praise, and we can't think of a better person to have landed the record!
The film, which will be released in 2020, has also enlisted the help of Fleabag writer and Golden Globe winner Phoebe Waller-Bridge to 'liven' up the script, so with both of these incredible talents on board for the last instalment of Daniel Craig's time as Bond, we can't wait to see the new energy brought to it!
Before singing a stunning in memoriam performance at the 2020 Oscars, the singer also revealed that the James Bond song is 'a ballad' with her brother Finneas joking that the song will definitely 'be in the movie'.