Billie Eilish said she did not feel “robbed” at the Grammy Awards.
Billie Eilish was nominated for seven awards at the event earlier this month.
The siblings were interviewed for Billboard’s Managers Issue.
“I had this feeling yesterday at the Grammys because we obviously didn’t win anything — I went into the day suspecting we weren’t going to win anything,” Eilish said.
“And of course, the internet, no matter what happens, is going to be like, ‘You were robbed,’ and I’m just like, ‘I wasn’t, I have seven at home. It’s OK, it’s all good,'” she continued.
At the Grammys in 2020, Billie Eilish previously swept all four major categories and won the best pop vocal album for her smash debut, “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?”
Billie Eilish took home two more awards, including a year’s record for “Everything I Wanted.”
“We’re very fortunate and very blessed, but I don’t feel that winning a bunch more Grammys is what’s keeping me inspired these days,” he said.
Billie Eilish agreed, explaining that she cares more about “making music that touches people.”
“I was nominated and that’s amazing, but getting up during a commercial break and people coming up to me being like, ‘You changed my life, your music gets me through the day,’ I’m like, ‘That’s it,'” she said.