Billie Eilish Looks Confused AF at Oscars 2020 - Check Out the Best Memes
Billie Eilish recently took home 5 Grammys making history at such a young age. The singer recently made an appearance on Oscars 2020.
Before Billie Eilish even took the stage at the 2020 Oscars on Sunday night, she already stole the show, at least on social media.
Billie Eilish Oscar 2020 look
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Born to a creative mother, The "Bad Guy" singer's reaction to Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph's off-the-wall medley immediately went viral, with her "what is going on?" expression becoming a hilarious meme across Twitter and Instagram.
Knowing that Billie is only 18 years old, her puzzled face to Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph's off-the-wall medley is relatively obvious. Eilish was serving fierce 'OK Boomer' vibes.
Well, when you're 17 and effortlessly cool, there are many, many things that grown-ups do that are painfully uncool or you just don't get it.
An hour or so later, Eminem took to the stage for a surprise performance of "Lose Yourself," the classic song from his 2002 film 8 Mile. It was pretty confusing, mainly because "Lose Yourself" is 18 years old, and Eminem just released a new album, so why did he pick that one?
The multimillionaire Billie Eilish, who was a one-year-old human when "Lose Yourself" came out, was also confused.
During the performances, Billie's confused face caught the camera, which turned into a meme. Whether the teen had no idea who the two iconic presenters were simply mortified at the sight of herself on camera, we may never know, but we do know that the look on her face is perfect meme material.
One Twitter user wrote, "Billie Eilish's reaction to this bit turned me into a boomer filming a Facebook rant in my car."
Another said, "It's OK Billie Eilish, I *also* didn't like that bit."
People were quick to make meme out of Billie's reactions.
Relating it to their own thoughts about Oscars and real life.
While Billie's reactions were serving as "mood" or becoming a meme-worthy content, many were offended by her actions thinking it was purely rude of her not appreciating the legendary artists.
Josh McBride's Tweet about Billie's reaction.
In the Oscars, she and brother/musical collaborator Finneas O'Connell brought their spin to the Beatles' (actually Paul McCartney's) classic "Yesterday" during the Awards' "In Memoriam" segment.
Billie and brother Finneas performing in Oscar 2020
Rather than doing a faithful rendition, her take was understated and featured a slightly quavering vocal, as O'Connell accompanied her on piano and sang high harmony.
Watch: Billie and Finneas Oscar 2020 performance
The meme was not the only film-related news for Billie, she will be performing the theme song from the upcoming James Bond film, "No Time to Die," which comes out in April, and later this year, Apple TV will release a documentary on the singer that has been nearly four years in the making.
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