Billie Eilish is reportedly set to become the youngest artist to ever record a James Bond theme, after apparently being snapped up by bosses to pen the title track for No Time To Die.
The news was first reported by reputable Bond blog MI6-HQ, who wrote: "MI6 understands that American singer-songwriter Billie Eilish will be performing the title song to the 25th James Bond film No Time To Die."
If true, the honour would be the latest addition to 18-year-old Billie's already bursting CV, and she would be following in the footsteps of Sam Smith, Adele, and Shirley Bassey by singing the tune.
While Bond bosses have yet to comment on the report, fans have already been reacting positively to the rumours on social media.
"Billie Eilish doing the Theme Song for No Time To Die will be amazing to hear and I think Billie could perform a cracking Bond Theme," one wrote, while another added: "I hope Billie Eilish *is* doing the new Bond theme. Partly because it could be really good, partly because the exploding heads of boring blokes will make great entertainment in their own right."
No Time to Die marks Daniel Craig's final outing as British spy 007, and is due for release on 2 April 2020.