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18-YEAR-OLD POP SINGER BILLY EILISH WINS 5 GRAMMYS, LADY GAGA WINS FOR THE 11TH TIME

The 62nd Grammy Awards held late Sunday night in Los Angeles. The Grammy 2020 Award Ceremony began with a tribute to Coby Bryant, America’s greatest basketball player. The most nominated in the 8 categories was Lizzo with 3 awards including Best Pop Solo Performance for Truth Hurts. At the same time, Billy Eilish won 5 Grammy Awards, receiving nominations in 6 categories. Award-winning Billy (18 years) is the youngest singer.

BILLY EILISH WON 5 GRAMMY AWARDS, SHE IS THE YOUNGEST SINGER

Billy won 4 top categories – Best New Artist, Song of the Year, Record of the Year and Album of the Year. The Grammy Award Ceremony hosted by Alicia Keys, a Grammy winner 15 times. Michelle Obama was awarded the Best Spoken Word Album Award.

THE FIRST SONG SHE WROTE AT THE AGE OF 4:

Born on December 18, 2001, in Los Angeles, Billy is the daughter of actress-songwriter Maggie Beard and actor Patrick O’Connell. His mother taught Billy to write music and songs. At the age of just 4, Billy wrote the first song and at the age of 8 she started participating in the music talent show. The first time in the history of the Grammy Awards that a young singer received a nomination in 6 categories and won the award in five of which 4 are the main categories of the awards.

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