Friday, December 11, 2009

Miley Cyrus drop-out brings Karen O Grammy nomination

While Chris Moyles remains miles away from the Brits, Karen O has just had her Where The Wild Things Are track All Is Love appear on the Grammy shortlist after Miley Cyrus is dumped. Interscope's Matt LaMotte explains:

Hope you are all well. In an unexpected twist, one of the announced Grammy
candidates for Best Song written for a Soundtrack has been disqualified
after the fact (Miley Cyris in fact).

The nomination then goes to the song with the next-highest initial vote
count, which is Karen O and the Kids’ “All is Love”.

It's not known why Miley Cyrus has been disqualified, although there are rumours she was dropped because, while her song qualified on the words "song", "written", "for", and "soundtrack", it failed on "a" and "best".

Other rumours suggest that older members of the Grammy academy were outraged to discover Cyrus has been passing off the work of Hannah Montana as her own.

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