Enya's "May It Be" and Diane Warren's "There You'll Be" are the favorites to win the Oscar for best original song at the 44th annual Academy Awards, according to Billboard.com readers. Out of 3,523 fa

Enya's "May It Be" and Diane Warren's "There You'll Be" are the favorites to win the Oscar for best original song at the 44th annual Academy Awards, according to Billboard.com readers. Out of 3,523 fans who expressed themselves in Billboard.com's latest poll, Enya's track from "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" and Warren's "Pearl Harbor" contribution -- sung by Faith Hill -- each garnered 34% of the votes.

Next up was Paul McCartney's title track to Cameron Crowe's "Vanilla Sky," which pulled in 14%. "Until...," Sting's contribution to "Kate & Leopold," netted 11%, while Randy Newman's "Monsters, Inc." song "If I Didn't Have You" ended up with 7%.

Enya, Hill, McCartney, Sting, and Newman are all expected to perform their respective songs during Sunday night's (March 24) ceremony at the new Kodak Theatre in Hollywood. The event, which will be hosted by Whoopi Goldberg, will be broadcast live on ABC, beginning at 8:30 p.m. ET.

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