Billie Eilish has said she felt “f****** embarrassed” at this year’s Grammys because she didn’t think she deserved to win so many awards.
The US singer, 18, swept all four major categories at the ceremony in Los Angeles in January, taking home best album, song and record and the coveted new artist of the year prize.
But she told Dazed that she was not that comfortable with snapping up so many gongs when big name stars such as Beyonce were also among the nominees.
The magazine also said that Eilish was filmed mouthing the words “Please don’t be me” before she won her fourth prize.
“I was surprised,” said the singer.
“I was dead surprised. And I was embarrassed, dude, I was f****** embarrassed.
“I was in front of Ariana Grande and Lana Del Rey and f****** Beyonce is nominated, and I win. I was like, ‘Noooo…I don’t deserve it. They deserve it’.”
Eilish recorded the song Ocean Eyes in 2015 but it was in 2019 that she shot to worldwide fame when she released her debut studio album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
The album went to number one in several countries around the world, including the US and the UK.
The star’s singles include Bad Guy, Bury A Friend and Everything I Wanted.