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Fresh off her Oscar win, Billie Eilish is making history as the youngest performer to headline Coachella.

Eilish previously performed at Coachella in 2019 where she kicked off her "When We All Fall Asleep" tour.

Eilish returned to the stage on April 16, this time headlining the second day and becoming the youngest headliner in the history of Coachella.

The Grammy-winning artist still seemed to be in a bit of shock before her performance.

"I should not be headlining this s---!," she reportedly told the crow."But I'm so f------ grateful that I'm here and that you guys are all here. This is such a dream come true."

During her set, Eilish sang hit songs such as "When the Party's Over," "Everything I Wanted," and "Happier Than Ever."

But that's not all, to the crowd's surprise, the pop star also brought out more than a few other big time acts to join her, truly making the performance an unforgettable one.

Eilish and Khalid performed their track "Lovely" while Blur, Gorillaz and The Good, the Bad and the Queen frontman Damon Albarn performed "Getting Older" and a cover of the Gorillaz' "Feel Good Inc.

Eilish finished her memorable set and wished fans goodnight.

"Thank you Coachella! I'm sorry I'm not Beyonce. I love you, goodnight."

Eilish has been on quite the hot streak lately, breaking yet another record: the youngest artist to win three awards for the same song. Eilish's song "No Time to Die," which she wrote co-wrote with her brother, Fineas, for the latest James Bond film, won her both an Emmy, Grammy, and a Golden Globe.

The singer explained that writing a Bond song was a real dream come true for her and her brother, who have been preparing for the opportunity since they were young.

"For year and years, way before this was even like any sort of possibility in the slightest at all...we would sit down and write Bond songs," Eilish told E! News on the Oscars red carpet. "Thinking it was the coolest thing."

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