FAITH HILL TO PERFORM AT OSCARS?

According to Oscar tradition, songs that are nominated in the Best Original Song category are performed during the ceremony. That means that it is possible that Faith Hill will be at the awards show to sing "There You'll Be," from the film "Pearl Harbor." The song was nominated along with works from Paul McCartney, Sting, Enya and Randy Newman.

If the song wins, the Oscar will go to writer Diane Warren, and Faith says she's thrilled that Diane is receiving the recognition she deserves.

This wouldn't be the first time performing at the Oscars for Faith -- two years ago she filled in for Whitney Houston at the last minute.

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