It was a busy week for singer/songwriter Billie Eilish.
Her Netflix debut, the thriller “Hearts Beat Loud,” dropped Friday. And on Saturday night, she provided two performances on “Saturday Night Live.”
The 18-year-old pop star will also be on the big screen in the summer. She plays Deanna in the remake of “The Mortal Instruments,” based on the book series by Cassandra Clare.
Here’s a look at Eilish’s two performances on “SNL.”
The first performance was a mix of her latest album “Red” and “When the Sun Goes Down.”
The second was “I’m Only Happy When It’s Breaking,” with a wide variety of instruments. She even brought out a cowbell:
“I’ve had a rough week so far, so, I’m going to give you my absolute best performance of your show.
“Y’all at the table, I’m doing two songs right now. If we do ‘When the Sun Goes Down’ first then we can play this in my spare bedroom and be done.
“For everybody else on the floor, I’m doing a group number right now and this could just go ’round and ’round.”
Eilish previously performed “Hearts Beat Loud” on the Season 44 premiere of “The Voice.”
Fans can catch her on Netflix’s “Hearts Beat Loud,” hitting streaming on June 8.
Watch “SNL” comedian Alex Moffat and Eilish in an upcoming sketch.