Agatha All Along, the catchy song that reveals Agatha Harkness in the seventh episode of Marvel’s WandaVision, received a Grammy nomination.
The song that was sung by Agatha actress Kathryn Hahn and backing singers Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Eric Bradley, Greg Whipple, Jasper Randall and Gerald White Grammy nomination for the best song written for visual media.
The catchy theme song for the character was created by the married musical-songwriter duo Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez. The couple have written songs for a number of notable franchises in the past, including entries for Frozen, Coco, and Winnie the Pooh.
While Agatha’s catchy hit faces a string of tough competition within his group, the two both have good awards track records. Kristen Anderson-Lopez already has a Grammy, Oscar and Emmy award, while her spouse is currently the only living double EGOT winner to previously have won two Emmys, two Grammys, two Oscars and two Tony Awards.
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In addition to Agatha All Along, there are other visual media nominated songs ‘All Eye’s on Me’ from Bo Burnham’s pandemic-influenced comedy special Inside, ‘All I Know So Far’ from the documentary P! NK: All I known so far, ‘Speak Now’ by One Night In Miami, ‘Here I Am’ by Respect and ‘Fight For You’ by Judas and the Black Messiah.
Following the popularity and success of Hahn’s portrayal of Agatha on WandaVision, Disney recently officially confirmed that the character will receive their own spin-off show Agatha: House of Harkness for Disney +. Jac Schaeffer, who worked as head writer at WandaVision, will take on this role again for the new show, while Hahn will also return.
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