Los Angeles (USA) (EFE).- The actress and singer Sofia Carson and the composer Diane Warren will perform at the Oscar Awards gala to interpret the nominated song “Applause”, from the film “Tell It Like a Woman” .
The Hollywood Academy reported in a statement the presence of both at the ceremony, one day after announcing that the singer Rihanna will also perform, with her interpretation of “Lift Me Up”, another of the nominated songs.
Both songs have been considered in the category of best original song and compete for the Oscar with “Hold My Hand” by Lady Gaga for the film “Top Gun: Maverick”, “Naatu Naatu” by MM Kerevani from the film “RRR” and “ This Is A Life” by David Byrne from the movie “Everything Everywhere All at Once”.
In the coming days, the Hollywood Academy will announce other performances planned in this new delivery of the most renowned awards in the film industry.
The trajectories of Diane Warren and Sofia Carson
This will be the first Oscar experience for Carson, the American actress, singer and dancer of Colombian descent who has been known for works like “Descendants” (2015) and “Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists” (2019).
For her part, Diane Warren has a long relationship with the Hollywood Academy, as the American composer has so far received 14 Oscar nominations.
In 2011 he received a Golden Globe for the song “You Haven’t Seen The Last Of Me” from the movie “Burlesque” starring Cher and Christina Aguilera and his career is also framed by a Grammy Award and an Emmy.
Warren is also responsible for musical hits such as Starship’s “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now”, Cher’s “If I Could Turn Back Time”, Celine Dione’s “Because You Loved Me” and Celine Dione’s “I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing”. Aerosmith, to name a few.
This year the comedian Jimmy Kimmel will be the presenter of the 95th edition of the Oscars that will be broadcast on networks around the world on Sunday, March 12, 2023, from the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles (California, USA).