Miley Cyrus and Sheryl Crow perform onstage during 2009 VH1 Divas at Brooklyn Academy of Music on September 17, 2009 in New York City.
Miley Cyrus will not be climbing to a Grammy victory this January.
The teen star's "The Climb," from her film "Hannah Montana: The Movie," has been disqualified from the Best Song written for a Soundtrack category, with Karen O and the Kids' "All Is Love," from "Where The Wild Things Are," taking its place, according to the Grammy Awards' official Web site.
The track, which was not written by Miley, was apparently penned before its inclusion in the film.
According to an Interscope spokesman (via the "Where The Wild Things Are" blog, We Love You So), the Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman's soundtrack song has the "next-highest initial vote count," launching it into the category.
Other tracks nominated in the category include Bruce Springsteen's "The Wrestler," Beyonce's "Once in a Lifetime" (from "Cadillac Records"), "Jai Ho" from "Slumdog Millionaire" and Paramore's "Decode," from "Twilight."
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