While you all had been out right here worrying which A Star Is Born observe will clinch the Oscar for Best Original Song, we’ve forgotten concerning the different ceremony that additionally fingers out some brass to worthy tunage: the Grammys. And we hate you break it to you, however subsequent yr’s Grammys can be devoid of the sonic delights of Ally and Jackson Maine’s beard, besides in a single capability. As confirmed by THR, the movie’s soundtrack can be ineligible for consideration on the 2019 awards, as a result of the album was not launched earlier than the October 1 deadline. This was a strategic selection made by producers to maintain spoilers at a minimal, although A Star Is Born had three earlier movie iterations. “We didn’t need to launch the soundtrack earlier than the film as a result of the soundtrack actually is the story of the movie,” producer Lynette Howell defined. “There are a number of tracks in there which can be soundbites from the movie and so it was actually necessary that folks expertise them concurrently and it was necessary to Bradley that audiences bought an opportunity to expertise the film first or at the least alongside.”

However, there’s one nugget of excellent information. “Shallow,” which was launched as a single a number of days earlier than the deadline, can (and can) compete in a 2019 Grammys class. As Ally herself would possibly say in appreciation: “HAAA AH AH AH AH, AAAH AAAH, AH AH AH AH HAAA.”

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