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Anything beats "Let It Go" from Frozen for Best Song
Look, I enjoy "Happy" as much as anyone who isn't in the video for it can (a whopping 8% of the U.S. population, according to the Census Bureau), but between "Blurred Lines" and "Get Lucky" Pharrell Williams has had a good enough year already. Similarly, Bono's bluster and blarney makes for entertaining acceptance speeches, but with a new album on the way he'll likely have plenty of opportunities. When it comes to the Best Song Oscar, it go to "Let It Go," a bona fide anthem that's Disney's single biggest and best song in a generation, a tremendous showcase for Idina Menzel's genre-defining pipes, and a rallying cry for its new not-your-mother's-princesses vibe.