Billie Eilish and Beyoncé have both earned their first Oscar nominations for the 2022 Academy Awards, set to take place on March 27.
Beyoncé and Eilish are among the five artists to be listed in the Best Original Score category, alongside Diane Warren (Four Good Days), Lin-Manuel Miranda (Encanto) and Van Morrison (Belfast). Eilish is nominated for her Bond theme tune No Time To Die, while Beyoncé is up for ‘Be Alive’, her contribution to the soundtrack of King Richard.
‘Be Alive’ marked Beyoncé ‘s first piece of new material since her 2020 visual album, ‘Black Is King’. The track was also nominated for Best Original Song at the Golden Globes this year, as well as at the Hollywood Music in Media Awards in 2021.
‘No Time To Die’ has already won trophies at the Golden Globes 2022 and Grammys 2021, and has been nominated for the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards, Satellite Awards and more.
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