Miley Cyrus Song Disqualified
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Miley Cyrus' 'The Climb' has been pulled from the running for Best Song Written For a Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media at the 2010 Grammys.

The announcement was first made in a blog post from director Spike Jonze. Since Miley's song was disqualified, the song with the next-highest votes gets the nomination, which turns out to be Karen O and the Kids' 'All Is Love' from Where the Wild Things Are.

New York Magazine speculates that the 'The Climb' was disqualified because it wasn't originally written for Hannah Montana: The Movie, but Grammy officials have yet to make an announcement about it. However, the Grammy website has been updated with Karen O and the Kids' nomination. Miley Cyrus was not a songwriter on 'The Climb,' so even if the song won in its category, she wouldn't have received the award.

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