Celebrating the kick-off episode to their 45th season, Saturday Night Live got flipped upside down with an incredible performance by Billie Eilish.

Watch Eilish put a literal spin on her track "bad guy" below!

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Making her SNL debut last night, Eilish made sure to go above and beyond in her performances.

The episode, hosted by Woody Harrelson, saw the artist performing her hits "bad guy" and "i love you."

Kicking things off with "bad guy," Eilish performed inside of a rotating set that made it appear as if she was walking up the walls and across the ceiling.

You can check out the incredible performance below!

Later in the episode, Eilish returned to strip things down with an acoustic version of "i love you" with her brother Finneas.

You can view that performance below.

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Global Citizen Festival has brought in some major acts before, but they’re planning a huge event for 2020 including MetallicaBillie EilishRed Hot Chili Peppers and more.

The event is spanning five continents across 10 hours taking place on September 26, 2020.

If you can’t make it to one of the concert locations, don’t worry. They’ll also be live-streaming the event for everyone to have a chance to participate.

Global Citizen’s year-long campaign is aiming to end extreme poverty, climate change and reduce inequality by 2030 through awareness. Global Goal Live: The Possible Dream is capping off with the music festival.

“Our goal, to put it simply, is to engage every single person on the planet in this mission [to end global poverty],” Global Citizen CEO Hugh Evans said in a statement. “To do so we must boldly and creatively reach global citizens where they are: in person, on television, on their phones and online.”

The 2019 festival will take place in New York City’s famed Central Park on Saturday (September 28).

What did you think of Billie Eilish's SNL debut? Sound off in the comments below!

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