Daniel Craig had a sweet reaction when Billie Eilish snuck up behind him during a recent interview.
The Bond star was taking part in an online interview when the 19-year-old crept up behind him to say goodbye - when he felt her hands on his shoulders Craig looked surprised and said: "Oh my God," before seemingly spotting who it was on the screen in front of him.
Check out the wholesome interaction below:
The pair then shared a quick hug before Craig promised to 'come see' her soon.
As the No Time To Die singer headed off upstairs, Craig turned back to the interview and said: "How cool was that?"
Eilish is the youngest artist to ever write and record a Bond song after writing it with her songwriting partner, and brother, Finneas O'Connell.
Eilish has previously said Craig is 'really involved' with the creation of the theme song.
Speaking to the BBC last year, O'Connell explained: "If Daniel Craig doesn't like it, you don't get the job."
Eilish added: "He has a big say in it. I learnt that. He's really involved."
And it seems as though the song writing process didn't go particularly smoothly for the musical siblings.
"We had an intense amount of writer's block as soon as we were called to action," Eilish said.
Finneas then added: "We rented out a studio to go and try to write it - and we didn't write anything good."
He went on to explain that they ended up writing the song and recording the whole song on a tour bus in Texas.
The song was released back in February 2020 - shortly before the movie was due to land in cinemas, however, the coronavirus pandemic meant Bond fans had to wait until October 2021 to see the flick.
Eilish's No Time To Die had the biggest opening week of all time for a Bond theme song, racking up 10.6 million streams and flying straight to the top spot of the UK's Official Singles Chart.
Official Charts chief executive Martin Talbot said at the time: "What a fantastic achievement this is for Billie Eilish, to set new standards for a brand new Bond track and break through through the 1 billion barrier for audio streams in the UK.
"Both achievements coming in the week when she was one of the standout performers and victors at the 40th Brit Awards. She is a superstar who is clearly 'Licensed To Win'."
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