Miley Cyrus has been dissed by the Grammys! Her song “The Climb” was originally nominated for best song written for a soundtrack. But just days after the nominees were announced, the song has been pulled from the contest.
It’s being replaced by the song with the next highest amount of votes, "All Is Love," by Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and written for Where the Wild Things Are.
A source inside the Cyrus camp says the sudden swap was hardly a surprise and that the song was submitted in the category by mistake.
The source says "The Climb" was withdrawn from the competition a day later. The Grammy organization didn’t say why "The Climb" was replaced.
But Miley shouldn’t be too upset about it. She didn’t write the song anyway—it was written by Jessi Alexander and Jon Mabe for Hannah Montana: The Movie.
We’re sure Miley is doing just fine. She’s so young, that the chances of her winning a Grammy in her lifetime are very good!