Billie Eilish has shared a montage of photos of iconic Bond girls on social media, further fuelling fan speculation that she might be the artist behind the No Time to Die theme song.
The pop star posted a snapshot of Bond girls past and present to her Instagram story on Tuesday, starting with Léa Seydoux, who is reprising her Spectre role as psychologist Madeleine Swann in the 25th James Bond film.
The initial post was followed by images of leading ladies from Casino Royale, Skyfall, Quantum of Solace, Die Another Day, Thunderball and From Russia With Love.
While no official confirmation has been given at this time, evidence that Eilish is singing the No Time to Die title track has been mounting over the past few days, as fans recently noticed that the singer and her brother/musical collaborator Finneas are both followed on Instagram by Cary Fukunaga, the director of the upcoming film, who only follows 81 people on the platform.
If the rumours turn out to be true, Eilish would become the youngest artist to ever record a James Bond theme song at just 18 years of age, following in the footsteps of Sam Smith who was 23 years old when he recorded his Bond ballad, Writing’s On The Wall, for Spectre in 2015.
In other music news, 007 producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli recently confirmed that Hans Zimmer will be stepping in to score James Bond’s latest adventure just three months ahead of the British spy franchise’s 25th theatrical release.
For more on No Time to Die, due out April 2020, read the fan theories that support the idea of a rebooted version of Dr. No, find out more about Rami Malek’s supervillain, Safin, and check out the official poster for the next 007 movie.
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Adele Ankers is a Freelance Entertainment Journalist. You can reach her on Twitter.