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Ryan Bingham, T-Bone Burnett Win Best Original Song At 2010 Oscars

Ryan Bingham and T-Bone Burnett, wearing his famous sunglasses won for Best Original Song at the 2010 Oscars.

Ryan started his acceptance speech by saying "I'd like to thank my wife Anna, I love you more than rainbows Babe.  My Uncle Clay, my band and Jack Wiggan and Scott Cooper and the cast of "Crazy Heart", Jeff and Maggie (Gyllenhaal) and Colin and Mr. Bob and everyone at Fox Searchlight and Mr. T-Bone Burnett and Mr. Stephen Bruton.  Thank you all so much."

Later Ryan told the media about thanking his wife Anna, "Being married to her, I'm happier than I've ever been in my life," said Bingham. "Some of that stuff you had in your life is always there ... (but) it's tough to write a sad song when you're around such a beautiful woman."

Ryan and T-Bone Burnett won for the song "The Weary Kind" (for the drama "Crazy Heart") which was performed in the movie "Crazy Heart".

T-Bone shook his head as if in agreement and didn't say a word as he walked off the stage.  It was later learned that T-Bone began feeling ill during the awards and shortly after returned to his seat.  He did not talk to the press backstage.  Could anyone be cooler than T-Bone Burnett?  I don't think so.

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