“Mary Poppins Returns” song is nominated for Best Original Song at Oscars 2019. It will be performed by Bette Midler.
American singer and actress Bette Midler (age 73) will perform ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ song ‘The Place Where Lost Things Go’ at the Oscars 2019 (Academy Awards).
English-American actress Emily Blunt (age 35) performed the song ‘The Place Where Lost Things Go’ in the ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ (2018) movie, and it is nominated for ‘Best Original Song’ at the 2019 Oscars.
It was previously hinted by the Academy on Twitter that a special guest would perform ‘The Place Where Lost Things Go’ song at the Oscars.
Spoiler Alert: “The Place Where Lost Things Go” from “Mary Poppins Returns” will be performed on the #Oscars.
BONUS SPOILER ALERT: It will be performed by a surprise special guest!
— The Academy (@TheAcademy) January 31, 2019
‘The Place Where Lost Things Go’ co-writer Marc Shaiman is so pleased about the revelation. He is Bette Midler’s friend, and a long-term collaborator as well.
Marc Shaiman posted on Facebook:
As a child of the 60s, I grew up obsessed with the Mary Poppins soundtrack, learning everything about songwriting and film scoring from it.
As a teenager in the 70s, I became obsessed with new star Bette Midler, who fate amazingly led me to, resulting in our 40 year relationship.
Could I have ever imagined that one day Bette Midler would sing a song I co-wrote with Scott Wittman for a sequel to “Mary Poppins” at the Academy Awards?! My heart is exploding!!!
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