At the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, Billie Eilish won her second Golden Globe for Best Original Song.

Among the winners was Eilish, as she appeared on the soundtrack of "Barbie" along-

with her older brother Finneas. Previously, the duo won a Golden Globe for their work on "No Time to Die" for Bond.

Eilish expressed surprise at the win, acknowledging her brother by saying, “You are the reason I am who I am.”

"What Was I Made For?" delves into the existential crisis faced by the iconic Mattel doll in the summer blockbuster.

The song triumphed over two other "Barbie" tunes by Dua Lipa and Ryan Gosling.

Eilish's moody meditation is also nominated for Record and Song of the Year at the Grammys on Feb. 4.

Eilish thanked "Barbie" director Greta Gerwig, and star Margot Robbie, and reflected on her-

journey from a year of misery to feeling incredibly lucky and grateful.

This marked Eilish's first appearance at the Golden Globes, as the awards were not televised until 2022.

She told her Hollywood audience in her acceptance speech: "I'm frightened by-

everyone in this room! Thank you so much! This means the world!"