WATCH: Billie Eilish covers The Beatles' I Will on James Corden's Carpool Karaoke
21 December 2019, 21:00 | Updated: 21 December 2019, 21:01
See the Bad Guy singer's rendition of The Fab Four's 1968 track, I Will, which features on The White Album.
Billie Eilish has taken part in James Corden's Carpool Karaoke and covered a song by The Beatles.
The teen sensation - who stormed the charts with her debut album and is tipped to win multiple GRAMMY Awards next year - took part in the show's famous series, which sees celebrities singing in a car with the British presenter.
After Eilish revealed she first started learning to play songs on the ukulele, James Corden provided the star with the instrument and she began singing The Beatles I Will, which is taken from their 1968 White album.
Watch her rendition of the track, which she revealed she learned to play at just six years old.
The episode also saw Billie sing some of her biggest tracks, including bad guy, all the good girls go to hell and when the party's over.
They also took a detour to her house, where Billie introduced the absolutely terrified presenter to her pet spider, and her mother, while talking about growing up and making music with her brother Finneas from a young age.
Watch the full Carpool Karaoke episode here:
Meanwhile, James Corden is set to put one of his many other hats very soon in starring in the Gavin & Stacey Christmas Special.
The much-loved BBC sitcom will return to our screens for a one-off episode, which his co-star Mathew Horne has dubbed "the best [they've] ever done".
"We all went into it with a degree of anxiety and trepidation because there is a huge amount of expectation on it," revealed the 41-year-old star."So we were quite anxious as to whether we were all going to work together well again and the chemistry was going to be there and it was going to be the Gavin and Stacey of old.
"Then after day one we knew it would, and I’ve seen it now and I’m so proud of it. I think it’s the best episode of the show we’ve ever done."
Horne also revealed he wasn't jealous of Corden's career, and "wholly" supports him.
When Moyles asked if he could believe the Carpool Karaoke creator's success story, Horne replied: "It's extraordinary isn't it? He has what's known as the world at his feet."
He added: "I wholly support him. Mercifully, I don't suffer from jealousy and I don't think anybody should compare themselves to anyone else. I think that's the beginning of your emotional downfall".