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Shirley Bassey is the latest singer to join the diva-packed line-up of performers at this year's Academy Awards. In addition to Dame Shirley, Oscars producers have booked Barbra Streisand, Adele and Norah Jones for the telecast, adding sizzle and star power to the evening's musical offerings. Bassey, who is best known for her scorching James Bond theme songs, will presumably participate in the Academy's planned tribute to 007. The superspy franchise is celebrating 50 years on the big screen. Bassey sang three Bond songs -- "Goldfinger," "Moonraker" and "Diamonds are Forever." Amazingly none »

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