When you see that Oscar De La Hoya was actually nominated for a Grammy for his debut album, Oscar De La Hoya, you think that this guy may have some talent. But when you watch "Run to Me," you're left asking what The Academy was possibly thinking.

The treatment is a parade of '90s music video cliches: the lonely schnook on the couch, the lovebird chasing his target throughout the video, the close-up of the singer "singing," the random parade in the streets. And there's glitter. Yes, this is how we get down in De La Hoyasville.

The song itself is bad not because of how emotional it tries to be, but just how mushy, boring, and unoriginal it is. Kudos to you if you can make it through the three-and-a-half minutes.