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- Posted on Dec 13th 2009 3:00PM by Liz Colville
Now, due to a technicality, she and Zinner have indeed been nominated.
'All Is Love,' performed by Karen O and the Kids, replaces Miley Cyrus' 'The Climb.' The Cyrus song, written by Jon Mabe and Jessi Alexander, has been deemed ineligible for the award, according to Angry Ape, because it was not written specifically for the film in which it appeared, 'Hannah Montana: The Movie.'
News of the switch broke on Friday when an update appeared on 'Where The WIld Things Are' director Spike Jonze's blog. But it was not immediately revealed why the Miley Cyrus song was wiped from the ballot. Reps from Cyrus' label later explained why.
Karen O's song is the logical replacement, having received the most number of votes after Cyrus. She is nominated alongside Bruce Springsteen's 'The Wrestler,' from 'The Wrestler,' Paramore's 'Decode,' from 'Twilight,' A.R. Rahman, Gulzar and Tanvi Shah's 'Jai Ho,' from 'Slumdog Millionaire,' and 'Once In A Lifetime,' performed by Beyoncé in 'Cadillac Records.'
See a complete list of 2010 Grammy nominees on PopEater.