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Who will upset Best Actor frontrunner Gary Oldman at the Oscars?

Gary Oldman is the frontrunner for Best Actor at the 90th Academy Awards on Sunday, March 4, but Daniel Kaluuya and Timothée Chalamet are fan favorites who may upset Oldman. Kaluuya plays a young black man "Get Out" who meets his white girlfriend's family, but the experience is revealed to be a racially-motivated nightmare. Chalamet plays a young man who begins to explore his sexuality after meeti…
#TeamKaluuya
#TeamChalamet
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Who will win the Oscar for Best Actress: Frances McDormand or Saoirse Ronan?

Frances McDormand and Saoirse Ronan both won Golden Globes, and now they are in a two-way Best Actress race at the 90th Academy Awards. McDormand plays a grieving mother who antagonizes local authorities to solve the mystery of her daughter's murder in "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri." Ronan plays an eclectic 17-year-old girl in a relatable coming-of-age tale in "Lady Bird. Who should w…
#TeamMcDormand
#TeamSaoirse
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Will 'Get Out' upset 'The Shape of Water' for Best Picture at the Oscars?

"The Shape of Water" is being called the frontrunner to win Best Picture at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4, but with politically praised films like "Get Out" also nominated, it's a super tight race with many potential winners. "Get Out" is a fan favorite and one of the nominees with a bigger box office draw. But "The Shape of Water" is expected to win as it's the most nominated film this year. Whic…
#TeamGetOut
#TeamShapeOfWater
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Who will win the Oscar for Best Director: Guillermo del Toro or Jordan Peele?

Guillermo del Toro of "The Shape of Water" is regarded as the frontrunner for Best Director at the 90th Academy Awards on Sunday, March 4, but Jordan Peele is revered as the breakout director of 2017 for "Get Out" and could pull an upset. Del Toro won the Golden Globe for Best Director and the top honor at Directors Guild of America (DGA) award. But Peele won a breakthrough award at DGA and a ton…
#TeamDelToro
#TeamPeele
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Is Erik Killmonger a villain or a hero?

Michael B. Jordan has received praise for his performance as Erik Killmonger in "Black Panther," but the character's radical politics are being debated by many critics. Killmonger is being revered as a sympathetic and relatable villain, like Magneto or Loki, but there are plenty of supporters who argue radicalism shouldn't be considered villainy or demonized. Others argue Killmonger's politics are…
#KillmongerAHero
#KillmongerAVillain
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iHeartRadio Best Boy Band: PrettyMuch or Why Don't We?

PrettyMuch and Why Don't We are American boy bands recognized for their come ups, and that's why they're nominated for Best Boy Band at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards. PrettyMuch just started releasing music in 2017, but already have a big collaboration with French Montana. Why Don't We are known for their vlog collaborations with the controversial Logan Paul, but there's nothing like a strong…
#iHeartPRETTYMUCH
#iHeartWhyDontWe
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iHeartRadio Best Duo/Group of the Year: Imagine Dragons or Maroon 5?

Imagine Dragons and Maroon 5 definitely brought the pop to rock in 2017, cementing each group's respective status alongside the other nominees for Best Duo/Group of the Year at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards. Imagine Dragons scored two of the biggest hits of 2017 with "Believer" and "Thunder." Maroon 5 continued the pop-rock reign, teaming up with other top artists like Future and SZA on some o…
#iHeartImagineDragons
#iHeartMaroon5
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iHeartRadio Best Duo/Group of the Year: Migos or the Chainsmokers?

Migos and the Chainsmokers dominate their respective genres, and that's why both are nominated for Best Duo/Group of the Year at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards. Migos' "Bad and Boujee" topped the Billboard Hot 100 in early 2017, followed by their chart-topping trap sophomore LP "Culture." The Chainsmokers continued their EDM reign in 2017 with their official debut album "Memories...Do Not Open,…
#iHeartMigos
#iHeartChainsmokers
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Greatest love ballad: 'I Will Always Love You' or 'Because You Loved Me'?

Whitney Houston and Celine Dion are two pop queens of the '90s vocal trinity (can't forget Mariah) who blessed us with their beautiful voices on some of the greatest love songs ever. Houston topped herself with "I Will Always Love You," breaking records with her powerhouse rendition. But Celine's "Because You Loved Me" was nominated for many awards—winning the Grammy for Best Song Written for Visu…
#TeamWhitney
#TeamCeline
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iHeartRadio Male Artist of the Year: Ed Sheeran or Shawn Mendes?

Ed Sheeran and Shawn Mendes are folk pop's biggest crooners, and now they are in a stiff competition for Male Artist of the Year at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards. Sheeran is regarded as Billboard's top male artist of 2017, scoring a mega hit with "Shape of You." Mendes continued the success of his sophomore album "Illuminate" with top five pop hit "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back." Who should…
#iHeartSheeran
#iHeartMendes