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Mary Steenburgen is ‘honored’ that ‘Glasgow’ made the Best Original Song Oscar shortlist

Mary Steenburgen is ‘honored’ that ‘Glasgow’ made the Best Original Song Oscar shortlist

On Monday, Mary Steenburgen could become an Oscar-nominated songwriter. The Oscar winner penned “Glasgow (No Place Like Home)” from “Wild Rose” and is “honored” to be in contention for a Best Original Song bid.

“I was honored to have my song ‘Glasgow’ be on the shortlist for the Oscars and to win a Hollywood Critics Association Award [Thursday] night,” Steenburgen said Saturday at the Television Critics Association winter press tour during a panel for her new NBC show “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist.”

Steenburgen, who won Best Supporting Actress for 1980’s “Melvin and Howard,” co-wrote the emotional ballad, sung by BAFTA-nominated star Jessie Buckley in the movie’s climax, with Caitlin Smith and Kate York. One of 15 tunes that made the Best Original Song Oscar shortlist last month, “Glasgow” is also up for the same prize at Sunday’s Critics’ Choice Awards.

Should Steenburgen make the Oscar five on Monday, she’d have

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