Bruce Springsteen, Miley Cyrus, Beyoncé, Peter Gabriel and Clint Eastwood will compete in the Best Original Song category at next year’s Golden Globes ceremony. Springsteen’s “The Wrestler,” the end-credits song for Darren Aronofsky’s The Wrestler, will also feature on Bruce’s upcoming album Working On a Dream. Cyrus’ “I Thought I Lost You” from Bolt, Beyoncé’s “Once In A Lifetime” from Cadillac Records and Peter Gabriel’s Wall-E theme “Down To Earth” will also attempt to fend off actor/director Clint Eastwood and his “Gran Torino,” performed with Jamie Cullum from the movie of the same name.
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While strange on paper, Eastwood’s nomination should come as no surprise as the Oscar-winning director and the man who portrayed “Dirty Harry” is also an accomplished musician who has scored his own films for years. And over in the Best Actor In a Drama category, Rolling Stone cover star Brad Pitt grabbed a nomination for his work in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, which also locked up nods for Best Drama, Best Score and Best Screenplay.