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Oscars 2020 | Predictions For Best Original Song

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It’s that time of the year again when the brightest stars of Hollywood gather under one roof to celebrate accomplishments in film and music of the previous year. Yes, I’m talking about the 92nd Academy Awards, also generally known as the Oscars, which are scheduled to be held on February 9, 2020. But let’s focus on the Original Song nominations for a minute.

Nominations for Best Original Song

Frontrunner:

“(I’m Gonna) Love Me Again” (Elton John, “Rocketman”)

Contenders: 

“Into the Unknown” (Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Robert Lopez, “Frozen 2”)
“Stand Up” (Cynthia Erivo, Joshua Campbell, “Harriet”)
“I Can’t Let You Throw Yourself Away” (Randy Newman, “Toy Story 4”)
“I’m Standing with You” (Diane Warren, Chrissy Metz, “Breakthrough”)

Predictions for the Oscars 2020:

Although all the songs nominated for this category have been carefully selected from the pile, there are three that stand out.

Elton John’s (I’m Gonna) Love Me Again, a song about self-love from the biographical film Rocketman that reveals details about John’s rise to fame and everything that comes with it. Since it took home a Golden Globe, an Oscar win is to be expected.

Closely followed by Into the Unknown from Frozen 2. If it manages to snag the Oscar for Best Original Song, it will be a triumphant victory for Frozen as the hit song by Idina Menzel, Let It Go had also won in 2014.

And lastly, we have Stand Up by Cynthia Erivo from Harriet. It might just be the most influential song of 2019. Sung about Harriet’s efforts to free her people and her extraordinary journey towards freedom. Cynthia Erivo, also nominated for Best Lead Actress, would be the youngest EGOT recipient in history to win.

All in all, we are fairly happy with the nominations and hope the best song wins.

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