Fans Suspect Billie Eilish Might Be Recording Next 'James Bond' Theme Song
By Hayden Brooks
January 13, 2020
Billie Eilish is rumored to be the next performer in charge of James Bond theme song duties.
News of the potential opportunity arrived when fans noticed that the singer, as well as her brother/right-hand collaborator Finneas, are both followed by Cary Fukunaga, the director of the upcoming Bond film, No Time To Die, on Instagram. Keep in mind, the creative only has 80 followers in total. Simultaneously, Bond blog Mi6-HQ has suggested that the singer will indeed be the performer to sing the pivotal song to the 25th Bond film, which stars Daniel Craig and is scheduled to hit theaters on April 10.
If the nugget of news is true, Eilish will become the youngest artist to ever record a James Bond theme song after Sam Smith, who recorded "Writing's On The Wall" off 2015's Sceptre at just 23-years-old.
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