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"Laura Pausini, I exchange my David for your Golden Globe"

After Laura Pausini's defeat at the Oscars, the singer probably felt she already had the David di Donatello for best song in her pocket, but even in this case she was beaten. A little surprisingly, the award went to Immigrato by Checco Zalone, Tolo Tolo's soundtrack-hit, which beat Io Sì from La vita prima prima.
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Laura Pausini is ready to sing at the Oscars

NEW YORK (AP) — Laura Pausini was so emotionally affected by the pandemic last year that she even thought she’d never sing again. This Sunday she will do it at Hollywood’s biggest event — the Academy Awards — where she will deliver a pre-show performance of the nominated song “Io sì (Seen)” from the movie “The Life Ahead.”
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Laura Pausini Is Ready To Sing For Her ‘Io sì (Seen)’ Oscar Nomination [Interview]

It’s been over a week since the nominations for the 93rd Academy Awards were unveiled. The Academy has revealed the ceremony will take place at both Union Station in Los Angeles and the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. The Academy even leaked that there will be no hosts this year (don’t get us started on that mistake). But with the ceremony less than five weeks away, how can Laura Pausini, one of the world’s biggest recording artists, not heard from this year’s Oscars producers about performing her nominated song on the telecast?
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Sophia Loren (‘The Life Ahead’) on being ‘completely taken’ by Madame Rosa [Complete Interview Transcript] and Laura Pausini on Giving Voice to 'Icon' Sophia Loren & Winning the Golden Globe

Sophia Loren (‘The Life Ahead’) on being ‘completely taken’ by Madame Rosa [Complete Interview Transcript] and Laura Pausini on Giving Voice to 'Icon' Sophia Loren & Winning the Golden Globe. Last News:. Laura Pausini on Giving Voice to 'Icon' Sophia Loren & Winning the Golden Globe and Sophia Loren (‘The...
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Laura Pausini Reacts to Her Oscar Nomination: ‘I Still Don’t Believe It’

After being nominated Monday (March 15) for the 2021 Oscars, Laura Pausini took to social media to say, “I still don’t believe it.”. The Italian crooner, known for timeless Latin ballads including “Viveme,” “En Cambio No,” and “Amores Extraños,” is nominated for best original song alongside Diane Warren for “Io Sí (Seen),” the theme song to the Edoardo Ponti-directed film The Life Ahead, starring his mother, Sophia Loren.