2019 AMAs: See Billie Eilish Perform ‘All the Good Girls Go to Hell’ Surrounded by Flames
Billie Eilish played a fiery version of "All the Good Girls Go to Hell" during her performance Sunday at the 2019 American Music Awards. 

Billie Eilish played a (truly) red hot adaptation of "All the Good Girls Go to Hell" during her exhibition Sunday at the 2019 American Music Awards. 

The artist began situated, murmuring the tune's maritime introduction as her sibling/partner Finneas played piano. As the last changed to low pitch guitar, Eilish bounced up and swaggered around the phase against a foundation of flares, resounding the video for the track. At long last, the artist gazed vacantly into the camera as the stage was eaten up by blazes. 

Prior in the week, Eilish got her initial six Grammy designations, remembering gestures for the "Enormous Four" classes: Best New Artist, Song of the Year and Record of the Year ("Bad Guy") and Album of the Year (When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?). Eilish's presentation LP is likewise up for Best Pop Vocal Album, while "Trouble maker" additionally scored a Best Pop Solo Performance. 

Billie Eilish playing out All The Good Girls Go to Hell at #AMAs #BillieOnAMAs pic.twitter.com/uRPDR5AFIZ 

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The artist was correspondingly up for six American Music Awards: New Artist of the Year, Favorite Music Video ("Bad Guy"), Favorite Social Artist, Favorite Album Pop/Rock, Favorite Female Artist Pop/Rock and Favorite Artist Alternative Rock. 

Eilish, who visited with individual AMAs entertainer Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong for Rolling Stone's Musicians on Musicians issue, as of late uncovered that she recorded a mystery live collection at Jack White's Third Man Records in Nashville. The artist additionally discharged her first post-When We All Fall Asleep single "All that I Wanted," a tribute to her sibling and teammate Finneas.