Mary J. Blige Scores Golden Globe Nomination

Mary J. Blige

Mary J. Blige can add a new accomplishment to her résumé. The Queen of Hip-Hop Soul has been nominated for a Golden Globe by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

“The Living Proof,” the ballad she penned for the acclaimed film The Help is up for Best Original Song at the 69th annual show. She will compete against Elton John, Madonna, Chris Cornell, and Brian Byrne in the category. The ceremony airs live on January 15 from the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

Her duet with Aretha Franklin, “Never Gonna Break My Faith” from the film Bobby, was nominated in the same category at the 2007 awards.

In addition to her Globe nomination, Blige also received a nod for Best Song at the 2012 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards.



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7 Comments

  1. Audrey Hepburn

    Yay! Go Mary! Fabulous honor for a fabulous woman :)

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  2. WTT

    congrats to the queen !
    My Life II is the best RnB i’ve heard this year !

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  3. Amac

    Alright !! Go Mary you can win this !!

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  4. UniversalMogul

    Has any other Female R&B Artist acheived this honor? Is this bigger than we know! Im impressed with such artistry, its motivational! Go Mary!

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    boemhard Reply:

    @UniversalMogul, well Bey had a nomination for Listen.
    I am happy for Mary she deserves it :)

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    Fresh Tone Reply:

    @boemhard, Twice actually .. “Once In a Lifetime” from Cadillac Records was nominated too

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  5. MontrellDemet

    Yes in 1994 fellow R&B legend Janet jackson received the a nomination for co-writing “Again” for the film Poetic Justice
    @boemhard,

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