Billie Eilish said the song 'Barbie' "saved" her from depression as she accepted her Golden Globe Award on Sunday.

'Bad guy' hitmaker and his brother, co-writer Finneas O'Connell, took home the award for Best Original Song for his song 'What Was I Made For? The 22-year-old star from Greta Gerwig's blockbuster movie told how she felt bad when she first saw the movie and was asked to be part of the project. Billie, who took to the stage with her brother, said

"Thank you so much to the Golden Globes, I wasn't expecting this right now. Thank you to my brother Finneas, you are the reason I am the way I am. I want to thank Greta and Noah for making this incredible movie, I want to thank Margot for being the Margot we know and love, I want to thank Mattel, my record label Interscope, Dark Room and my incredible team, my managers and my mom, my mom, my dad and my brother again. We were shown the movie almost exactly a year ago, and I was very, very miserable and depressed at the time, and writing that song saved me a little bit. A year later and here we are and it's really surreal. I feel incredibly lucky and grateful."

Billie admitted that the honor "means the world" to her, but she couldn't help but feel nervous as Hollywood royalty gathered at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. She added:

"You guys are scaring the hell out of me, scaring the hell out of everybody in this room. Thank you so much, it means the world."

Two more songs from the 'Barbie' soundtrack were nominated for the award: 'Dance the Night' by Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt, Dua Lipa and Caroline Ailin and 'I'm Just Ken'. Also written by Mark and Andrew. Also shortlisted were 'Addicted to Romance' from Bruce Springsteen's 'She Came to Me' and 'Peaches' by Jack Black, Aaron Horvath, Michael Jelenic, Eric Osmond and John Spiker.