Grammy Awards 2014: Adele wins Best Original Song for Skyfall

Themendienst Kino: Skyfall

The Grammy Awards are being handed out tonight which means that the best music had to offer in 2013 is being honored in Los Angeles at the Staples Center. It’s not just pop music that is being honored at the Grammys though, as music in film is also going see Grammys handed it’s way as well.

When it comes to music in film, perhaps the most recognizable category to average listeners is the Best Original Song category that honors the best song from a film that was written and performed solely for the film it was attached to. While the list of nominees were all deserving, there was one clear cut winner from the start and that was Adele for her rendition of Skyfall for the latest James Bond film Skyfall

This was one of the numerous Grammys handed out behind the scenes, which means that Adele enters the Grammys already one-up on everyone else who is nominated.

“Atlas” from “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” — (Coldplay)
“Silver Lining” from “Silver Linings Playbook” — (Jessie J)
“Skyfall” from “Skyfall”– (Adele) — WINNER
“We Both Know” from “Safe Haven” — (Colbie Caillat Featuring Gavin DeGraw)
“Young And Beautiful” from “The Great Gatsby” — (Lana Del Rey)
“You’ve Got Time” from Orange Is The New Black –  (Regina Spektor)

Do you agree with tonight’s winner, or do you think someone else should have walked away with the Grammy? Sound off in the comments section and let us know.

 

Topics: 2014 Grammy Awards, Movies, Music, Skyfall

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  • Debbie Craig

    Adele deserved the Grammy. Greatest performer and songwriter for this category. Another Brit. Yeah.

  • Jessica Duffer

    Regina Spektor.

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