Beyoncé will appear on the 2022 Academy Awards ceremony this Sunday, March 27. The superstar will perform a rendition of her song “Be Alive,” which is nominated for Best Original Song and included in the film ‘King Richard.’ As of press time, it was unclear whether Beyoncé would be performing the song live from Dolby Theatre at Ovation in Hollywood, or if it will be pre-taped as she sings from the tennis courts where Venus and Serena Williams used to train in Compton.
Other fellow Best Original Song nominees that will be performing during the show are Sebastián Yatra delivering “Dos Oruguitas,” Billie Eilish and Finneas performing “No Time to Die,” and Reba McEntire singing “Somehow You Do.” Van Morrison was also nominated for his song “Down To Joy” from the film Belfast, but will not appear at the Academy Awards ceremony.
Beyoncé can possibly earn her first Academy Award if “Be Alive” takes home the Oscar for Best Original Song. The 2022 Academy Awards are set to take place on March 27 live from Dolby Theatre at Ovation in Hollywood, CA.
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