Eilish’s list also includes singles from James Blake, Drake, and Jorja Smith.
Dolly Parton, Cher, Brittany Howard, and King Princess will also participate in Lauper’s “Home for the Holidays” livestream.
She recorded the stripped-down version for SiriusXM’s Alt Nation channel.
These are the songs that loved us back throughout a year of isolation, devastation, and numbing uncertainty.
“I just felt like a parody of myself,” the 18-year-old pop star admits.
Megan Thee Stallion, Brittany Howard, Dua Lipa, John Prine, and Flying Lotus are also among this year’s notable nominees.
The global pop star was joined by brother and collaborator FINNEAS.
The accompanying video sees Eilish dancing around in a deserted shopping mall.
Doja Cat, Sam Smith, Shawn Mendes, and more will also take part in the concert airing on The CW.
Trump Administration officials considered using Eilish for a coronavirus publicity campaign, but ultimately nixed the idea due to her politics.
The cover also features Sean O’Hagan of The High Llamas.
Other signatories include Beastie Boys, André 3000, St. Vincent, Tenacious D, Bright Eyes, The Chicks, and Kacey Musgraves