Billie Eilish and her brother/co-collaborator FINNEAS have both won their first-ever Grammy Awards for the singer’s record-breaking debut album. 

Eilish took home the award for Best Pop Vocal Album for her record When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? 

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Finneas also won the Grammy for Producer of the Year — Non-Classical, and he also produced his sister’s chart-topping album. The producer responded in the best possible way on Twitter, which you can check out below.  

Finneas also won the Grammy for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for the same record.

Eilish had six total nominations, which aided in breaking a record as the youngest artist to be nominated in the four major categories: Record Of The Year, Album Of The Year, Song Of The Year and Best New Artist.

Eilish is also performing at the awards show at the STAPLES Center. 

Check out the full list of Grammy Awards winners here

More Billie Eilish news

Billie Eilish recently opened up with Gayle King about her mental health and the struggle of fame for The Gayle King Grammy Special.

The artist spoke with King about her awful depression and suicidal thoughts in 2018. “I didn’t ever think I would be happy again. Ever.” Eilish’s rise to stardom and recognizability didn’t come without its share of hardships. Her friends quickly drifted away, unable to relate to her pop star status. This started a spiral that led Eilish into a clinical depression while dealing with severe isolation.

“I was so unhappy last year,” Eilish told King. “I was so unhappy, and I was so, like, joyless. I don’t want to be too dark or anything but I genuinely didn’t think I would make it to 17.”

King and Eilish continue discussing mental health and Eilish recounts a moment she almost didn’t come back from.

“I think about this one time I was in Berlin and I was alone in my hotel, and I remember there was a window right there. I remember crying because I was thinking about how the way that I was going to die was, I was going to do it.” King asks what stopped her from taking that extra step. “My mom,” Eilish says.

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Because of Billie Eilish’s struggles with mental health issues, she takes extra care to relate to her fans and make sure they can be in a better place than she was.

“I just grab [the fans] by the shoulders and I’m like, ‘Please take care of yourself and be good to yourself and be nice to yourself. Don’t take that extra step and hurt yourself further and you can’t take it back,” Eilish explains.

The full interview is below.

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