Billie Eilish quickly captivated music lovers around the world when her debut song, “Ocean Eyes,” first hit the radio in 2015. Eilish was just 14 years old at the time, and her path to music super-stardom has been going strong ever since.

Eilish has been a force in the music realm since her big debut, which was followed by her first album titled When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? which was released in 2019 — and was full of emotionally charged, eye-opening, and heart-wrenching tunes.

Songs like “Bury a Friend,” “You Should See Me in a Crown,” and “When the Party’s Over” — to name a few, were added to playlists that we still listen to today.

Eilish isn’t just a talent on records; she’s a powerhouse on stage, and fans have flocked to see her at various stops on her worldwide tours. It’s hard to pay attention to anything but her talent and stage presence, whether it be live or in a music video — but fans have been wondering one simple question regarding the all-star talent: what is her height?

Just how tall is Billie Eilish?

Eilish stands 5’3″ tall, and while her stature is small, it changes nothing about the powerful stance and stride she possesses. In addition to all of the brilliance she brings to the industry, she’s also won several awards and, in doing so, set a record across the music business.

Eilish has won a total of seven Grammys and is the youngest person to win a major Grammy award at the 2020 ceremony at just 18 years old. Her awards don’t end with Grammys, as she also has Brit Awards and MTV Music Awards under her belt. Eilish is also recognized as the youngest female artist at the number one album on the U.K. charts.

While all of her songs are phenomenal, Eilish most recently stole our hearts with a tune heard around the world in Greta Gerwig’s Barbie, and the music video to accompany the song that undeniably pulls on your heartstrings is mesmerizing.

Playing at an integral moment in Barbie, Eilish’s voice will forever be linked to what it feels like to question everything you’ve ever known, to desperately try to handle anything on your own — without someone’s desires or wishes for your life to be navigating you, and how it feels to question your identity as you look at a future you never anticipated being a part of.

Resonating with Barbie in a magnificent way, anyone who has ever felt out of place in their own skin or tried to fit into a mold to be accepted, surely also teared up in theaters when we heard her voice over the scenes playing out on the big screen.

Eilish is a powerhouse indeed, and we can’t wait to see what she does next.

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