While most people are going to spend the day talking about whether or not “Smash” deserved that Best Comedy or Musical TV nomination at the Golden Globes or whether “Lincoln” really should have received more nominations than “Argo” or “Django Unchained,” we want to take a little time to talk about the five Golden Globes 2013 nominees that likely won’t get too much press. We are, of course, talking about those up for for Best Song.
This year, both Taylor Swift and Adele are nominated for the honor. Swift’s “Safe & Sound” got “The Hunger Games” a little recognition, while Adele’s “Skyfall” (which we’re betting our money will win) got that film its only nod as well.
Also on the list are Jon Bon Jovi for “Not Running Anymore” in “Stand Up Guys,” Keith Urban and Monty Powell for “For You” in “Act of Valor” and Claude-Michel Sconberg for “Suddenly” in “Les Miserables.” These are the first Golden Globes nominations for Adele, Swift, Urban, Powell and Sconberg. Bon Jovi won a Globe in 1991 for his song “Blaze of Glory” in “Young Guns II.”