Oscars 2020 viewers slam Billie Eilish for making face during Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph’s hilarious medley

BILLIE Eilish has been slammed by Oscars 2020 viewers for pulling a face during a skit by comedians Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph.

The funny ladies were presenting best costume design when they decided to break into song, singing a medley of tracks that referenced clothing.


Billie Eilish was not impressed[/caption]

But as the cameras panned across the audiences, Billie was caught on camera appearing to wince as she watched the moment play out on stage.

fans took to social media to criticise the singer, with many reminding the 18-year-old singer to “recognize excellence”.

“Billie Eilish you better respect Maya Rudolph and Kristen Wiig,” shared one fan, as another added: “Why is Billie Eilish giving stink eye to Maya and Kristen?!”

“Billie Eilish needs to recognise. Maya Rudolph and Kristen Wiig make dumps that are more talented than you!” added a third.


Maya and Kristen decided to sing a song ahead of the best costume design award[/caption]


But their skit did not go down well with viewers[/caption]


Billie attended the ceremony and sang her new Bond song live at the ceremony[/caption]

The 2020 Oscars kicked off with a performance by Janelle Monae and Billy Porter; Janelle walked out on stage to open the show dressed like Mister Rogers in a red cardigan.

She also addressed the lack of diversity among this year’s nominees and the absence of female nominees in the Best Director category.

“We celebrate all the women who directed phenomenal films,” said Janelle at one point.

She later added “and I’m so proud to stand here as a black queer artist, telling stories. Happy Black History Month.”

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Janelle Monae and Billy Porter opened up the ceremony[/caption]

Brad Pitt went on to win his first ever Oscar for acting, picking up the best supporting actor award for Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.

Overcome with emotion, Pitt thanked “the Academy for this honor of honors” before going on to dedicate the award to his children.

“This is for my kids, who colour everything I do,” he said.

“I adore you.”

Laura Dern won Best Supporting Actress for Marriage Story, and the actress, who was previously nominated for her work in Rambling Rose and Wild, took the opportunity to thank her parents.

“Some say never meet your heroes. If you’re really blessed, you get them as your parents,” said Dern.

“I share this with my acting heroes Diane Ladd and Bruce Dern.”


Laura won Best Supporting Actress[/caption]


Brad Pitt picked up Best Supporting Actor[/caption]

Other winners included the Obama-backed documentary American Factory and Parasite for Best Original Screenplay.

The win for Parasite was a historic one, the first of what could be many for Bong Joon Ho’s beloved film.

It was another international win in the category of Best Adapted Screenplay, where Taika Waiti won for his work on Jojo Rabbit.

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