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Oscars 2018 Performers Lineup Revealed - Find Out Who's Performing!

The performers for the 2018 Oscars have been revealed!

The awards show producers made the exciting lineup announcement on Friday (February 23).

Gael García Bernal, Mary J. Blige, Andra Day, Natalia Lafourcade, Miguel, Keala Settle, Sufjan Stevens and Common will perform this year’s nominated songs at the 90th Oscars, hosted by Jimmy
Kimmel
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Gael, Natalia and Miguel will perform “Remember Me” from Coco.

Mary will perform “Mighty River” from Mudbound.

Common and Andra will perform “Stand Up For Something” from Marshall. Keala will perform “This Is Me” from The Greatest Showman, and Sufjan will perform “Mystery of Love” from Call Me by Your Name.

The 2018 Oscars will air live on March 4 on ABC at 8 p.m. ET.

Tonya Harding Has No Interest In Hearing the Song Sufjan Stevens Wrote About Her!

Tonya Harding is not interested in the Sufjan Stevens song that he wrote in her honor.

The 47-year-old retired ice skater and subject of I, Tonya unveiled her lack of interest in a New York Times profile published on January 10.

“Who gives these people permission to use my name? You all disrespected me and it hurt. I’m a human being and it hurt my heart,” she said.

Sufjan, who wrote the song in her honor as an ode, responded on his official Tumblr.

“The world is abundant and strange. The New York Times interviewed Tonya for a recent long-form feature (spoilers: Tonya is not interested in hearing my song!), and The Believer has a great think-piece on Tonya and the complicated world of women’s figure skating. Riveting journalism. Enjoy! Take two Aleve® and keep it moving!”

Sufjan‘s song was submitted for consideration for I, Tonya, but was rejected by music supervisors. Listen now if you haven’t already!

Sufjan Stevens Releases 'Tonya Harding' Song Turned Down by 'I, Tonya' - Listen Now!

Sufjan Stevens has released a new song called “Tonya Harding,” which you can listen to now!

The 42-year-old singer-songwriter, who recently appeared on the Call Me By Your Name soundtrack, released the ode to the 47-year-old former figure skater on Wednesday (December 6).

Sufjan revealed in a post that the song is not related to the upcoming I, Tonya, although he did try to submit it for the film: “I sent it to the music supervisors but they couldn’t find a way to use it,” he wrote.

“This song has been years in the making. I’ve been trying to write a Tonya Harding song since I was 15. I wrote a short piece about it here.”

Listen to the song below! You can also download the song on iTunes.

Read the lyrics inside!More Here! »

'Call Me By Your Name' Soundtrack Album Stream & Download - Listen Now!

The official soundtrack for Call Me By Your Name was released on Friday (November 3), and you can listen to it right here!

The collection of tracks by artists including Sufjan Stevens, Giorgio Moroder and Ryuichi Sakamoto soundtracks the Armie Hammer and Timothee Chalamet co-starring gay coming-of-age drama, which is due out in theaters on November 24.

There are two new Sufjan songs included, called “Mystery of Love” and “Visions of Gideon.” The soundtrack also features contributions from The Psychedelic Furs and John Adams.

Stream the Call Me By Your Name soundtrack below!

Miley Cyrus Receives New Open Letters from Sinead O'Connor & Sufjan Stevens

Miley Cyrus continues to be one of the most talked about celebrities on the planet and she is still getting open letters from some people also in the public eye.

The 20-year-old entertainer has now received her fifth open letter from Sinead O’Connor, who this time responds to a comment Miley made about asking if they are “supposed to kiss” if they decided to “make up.”

Miley also received an open letter from musician Sufjan Stevens, who decided to tell her that her song “Get It Right” contains some incorrect grammar. He did make a point of saying that it is a great song with a great message.

Click inside to read the two open letters Miley Cyrus just received… More Here! »