Grammys 2020: Billie Eilish matches signature neon hair with lime green Gucci suit, sends fans into a frenzy
Eilish had a great night at the Grammys, but some viewers couldn't see beyond her outfit
Billie Eilish made history at the Grammys on Sunday, after winning the Song of the Year award for her popular track, 'Bad Guy', among a host of other awards. But Twitteratti were still concerned about her outfit. Eilish was nominated in six categories. She stepped on the carpet in her signature style: an oversized lime-green and black top and trousers combo but this time, it was Gucci.
Her GG embroidered pants were custom, crystal-embroidered Gucci and she paired it with Flashtrek sneakers. The whole look matched with her electric green hair. "Billie Eilish Looking Outfit Looks Like A Lemon Pepper Chicken Wing.... #Grammys2020," wrote a Twitter user, slamming the look.
Another said, "I like how Billie Eilish dresses like she’s going to the Playa’s Ball. #GRAMMYAwards2020."
A third one said, "Someone call Ghostbusters! Billie Eilish and her hair is on the loose!"
Another user said, "Billie Eilish looks like an evil warlock who stole Ariana’s hand." The Grammy winner also wore GG logoed gloves, a sheer matching mask and stylish mico glasses. She finished off the look with some Gucci earrings.
"Butt why does #BillieEilish always look like she raided Dorothy from #TheGoldenGirls closet tho?" tweeted a fan slamming her style. Another said, "Looks like Billie Eilish got slimed." A third one added, "Billie Eilish looks Pepe Le Pew fell into a vat of toxic chemicals"
Another one said, "I love Billie Eilish and she looks like my grandma and a lizard put an outfit together together" One Eilish fan said, slamming her outfit for the night, "damn it isnt easy on the eye. Billie Eilish is my favorite active artist rn but I hated her outfit today as well. I like that she doesn't show alot of skin BUT those glasses is a major thumbs down."
A second one said, "I could goof on Billie Eilish's Grammys outfit but let's be real: if I were a successful star, I'd probably go out to events dressed like a bizarre new supervillain, too."