Golden Globes 2022: Billie Eilish and FINNEAS Won Best Original Song Award for "No Time To Die"


January 11, 2022

Billie Eilish and Finneas added the Golden Globe for Best Original Song to their already glamorous collection.

"No Time To Die" from the film of the same name became the third song from a James Bond film to win the Golden Globe for Best Original Song, approaching one step closer to an Oscar nomination and possibly a victory.

Billie Eilish co-wrote the song with her brother and regular collaborator, Finneas O’Connell. "No Time To Die" was released in February 2020 in view of the then upcoming premiere of the film of the same name.

The pandemic has been delayed due to the pandemic and "No Time To Die", starring Daniel Craig for the last time as James Bond, premiered in theaters in October 2021.

Adele's "Skyfall" and Sam Smith's "Writing's on the Wall" were the first two songs from a James Bond film to win a Golden Globe. Then came the first two songs from an Oscar-winning James Bond film.

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Six of the last ten Golden Globe-winning songs for Best Original Song went on to win Oscars: "Skyfall" from the film of the same name, "Glory" from "Selma", "Writing's On The Wall" from "Specter", "City Of Stars" from "La La Land", "Shallow" from "A Star Is Born" and "(I'm Gonna) Love Me Again" from "Rocketman".

"No Time To Die" is on the list of 15 songs vying for one of the nominations for the Oscar for Best Original Song.

With "No Time To Die", Billie Eilish won the Grammy Award for Best Song Written for Visual Media in March 2021 and the award for Best Feature Film Song at the Hollywood Music in Media Awards in November 2021.

The Golden Globes 2022 were organized in a private event without the presence of the public and without television or internet broadcasting. The winners of the awards were announced with minimal drumbeats on the Golden Globes website and on their social media accounts.

Therefore, this year's Golden Globes were of little importance, except as a prediction for the possible outcome of the Oscars. The Golden Globes have always been a fairly reliable predictor of Oscar winners.