When it comes to Billie Eilish, the Grammys are a just can’t get enough guy.

On Sunday night, the Recording Academy named Eilish’s “Bad Guy” Song of the Year.

A surprised Eilish took the stage alongside her co-songwriter and producer, brother Finneas. “So many other songs deserve this, I’m sorry. This is my first Grammys. I never ever thought this would happen in my whole life,” she said. “This is my brother Finneas, and he’s my best friend…I only wanted to say that I’m grateful and I’m so honored to be here amongst all of you.”

It marked Eilish’s second win for the night, after winning Best Pop Vocal Album prior to the broadcast. Finneas was also a big winner on Sunday night, being the youngest person ever to win Producer of the Year, Non-Classical, as well as nabbing a Grammy for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical.

He also took some time at the microphone, where he sought to inspire young songwriters. “This is a really, really big deal. I have no idea what to say. I loved every song on this list,” he said. “We just make music in a bedroom together. This is to all the kids who are making music in their bedroom today.”

Eilish, who is only 18, had an impressive first Grammy night, performing a soulful ballad “When the Party’s Over” during the broadcast, in addition to her multiple wins.

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