Miley Cyrus Pulls Out Track From Grammy Shortlist
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Miley Cyrus Pulls Out Track From Grammy Shortlist

December 11, 2009 07:01 am CST 

Miley Cyrus' lone Grammy nod has been pulled out. The tween queen, who failed to score any individual nominations herself, also won't be performing at the prestigious music event after her "The Climb" track has been pulled out from the competition.

The 17-year-old Disney princess' song from her "Hannah Montana: The Movie" was announced as a nominee for Best Song Written for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media last week.

However, as the song, written by Jessie Alexander and Jon Mabe, wasn't penned especially for the film, it wasn't eligible for the category. Cyrus' camp realized the mistake and voluntarily took the song out of the competition, according to

Karen O. and Nick Zinner's "All is Love" from the film "Where the Wild Things Are" replaced Cyrus' track from the list, and will be contending against "Jai Ho" ("Slumdog Millionaire"), "Decode" ("Twilight"), "Once in a Lifetime" ("Cadillac Records"), and "The Wrestler" ("The Wrestler").

Since Cyrus' song has been yanked out from the race, she won't be performing as well in the ceremony.

The 52nd Annual Grammy Awards will be held on January 31, and will be broadcast live on CBS from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

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