Billie Eilish, Bruce Springsteen, Dua Lipa Earn Golden Globe Nods For Best Original Song

Billie Eilish, Bruce Springsteen and Dua Lipa are among the Golden Globe Award nominees for Best Original Song – Motion Picture.

Eilish earned a nomination for “What Was I Made For?” which was released as the fourth single from the soundtrack to the fantasy comedy film Barbie.

In an interview with Billboard, Eilish said the single was the first song that she and brother Finneas had written after a prolonged period of writer’s block.

“What Was I Made For?” was commercially successful worldwide and received five nominations at the upcoming Grammy Awards, including for Record of the Year and Song of the Year.

Springsteen was nominated for his original song, “Addicted to Romance,” which is featured on the soundtrack for the romantic comedy film She Came to Me.

Lipa, Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt and Caroline Ailin were nominated for “Dance the Night,” which is also featured in the Barbie movie.

Ronson and Wyatt also earned a nomination for a third song from the Barbie movie, “I’m Just Ken.”

Lenny Kravitz, who has written and recorded the original song “Road to Freedom” for George C. Wolfe‘s new film Rustin, is another nominee in the category.

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