"Let It Go" might not be the worst winner for Best Original Song in the past decade, but it's close. I'd say "I Need to Wake Up" is a worse song. Well, more overwhelmingly bland than anything else -- fitting for a movie starring Al Gore. I couldn't tell you anything about the song from The Motorcycle Diaries that won other than I was so happy that the other nominees lost out. Funny enough, if there's a song that "Let It Go" reminds me of, it's that Phantom of the Opera song.
I am heartbroken that we'll never get to see that quadriplegic woman sing that miserable song from Alone Yet Not Alone, for truly we were robbed of a gloriously awkward moment in Oscar history, but the one thing its absence does give us is the ability to say without exception that the worst song in this category won.
"If you are marching with white nationalists, you are by definition not a very nice person. If Malala Yousafzai had taken part in that rally, you'd have to say 'Okay, I guess Malala sucks now.'" ~ John Oliver