The list of Golden Globe nominees is in, and some of our favorite recording artists made the cut. Beyoncé and Billie Eilish are amongst the contenders for this prestigious award, in the category for the best original song.
Beyoncé is in the running alongside Dixson for her work on the song “Be Alive” from King Richard. She’s no stranger to the Golden Globes and has several nominations under her belt, both as an actress and a performer—most recently, for the song “Spirit” from The Lion King.
Eilish received her nod alongside her brother and creative collaborator Finneas O’Connell for their work on the theme song from No Time to Die. The list of contenders also includes “Dos Oruguitas” by Lin-Manuel Miranda from Encanto, “Down to Joy” by Van Morrison from Belfast, and “Here I Am” by Carole King, Jennifer Hudson, and Jamie Hartman from Respect.
One person who’s noticeably missing from the list of nominees? Ariana Grande. She received some major Oscar buzz for her Kid Cudi collaboration “Just Look Up” from Don’t Look Up, but her chances are significantly lower after she was snubbed by the Globes.
The Golden Globe nominations were announced by Snoop Dog on Monday morning, while the winners will be declared on January 9th, 2022.