Next James Bond: No Time To Die singer Billie Eilish backs THIS star – ‘He ...

NO TIME TO DIE singer Billie Eilish has revealed who she wants to play the next James Bond after Daniel Craig.

PUBLISHED: 17:55, Fri, Feb 21, 2020 | UPDATED: 18:03, Fri, Feb 21, 2020

In April, Daniel Craig’s fifth and final James Bond movie will finally hit cinemas. Billie Eilish sings the No Time To Die theme song and has now revealed who she backs to replace the incumbent 007. Appearing on Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp this week, the 18-year-old admitted to favouring a Marvel star.

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Eilish said: “Honestly, Michael B Jordan would kill that s***…I think he would kill it.”

If chosen, the Black Panther star would be the first black actor to play James Bond.

However, being as famous as Jordan is may be to his disadvantage.

After all, Bond producers chose the less well known Craig in 2005 to replace Pierce Brosnan.

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no time to die poster and billie eilishNext James Bond: No Time To Die singer Billie Eilish backs THIS star – ‘He would KILL it’ (Image: UP/GETTY)

michael b jordan in black tieBillie Eilish wants Michael B Jordan to play James Bond after Daniel Craig (Image: GETTY)

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During the interview, Eilish also spoke of how Craig was “really involved” in her No Time To Die Bond theme.

The pop star said: “He’s actually really involved in it.

“He was the one person that was, like, kind-of the determiner.

“Like everybody had an opinion, all of their team were very instrumental in deciding, but his was

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