The competition was tough. Some thought that the track, written and composed by Lin-Manuel Miranda, “Dos Oruguitas”, by Encanto (which earlier won the Oscar for best animated film) would have the Oscar, where others saw Beyoncé leave with a golden statuette for the title “Be Alive” in The Williams Method. But it was Billie Eillish and Finneas O’Connell who left with the award for best original song, for the flagship title of the latest James Bond , “No Time to Die”. She had already won a Golden Globe for the same title, so it was the logical next step. In the perfect line of the last two adventures of spy 007, since Adèle had already won the statuette for “Skyfall”, and Sam Smith for “Writing’s on the Wall”.