Britney Spears' MTV Europe nod

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 29 September 2008

Britney Spears' MTV Europe nod

'Gimme More' singer Britney Spears, who scooped two prizes at the MTV Video Music Awards earlier this month, has been nominated for two MTV Europe Music Awards

Britney Spears has been nominated for two MTV Europe Music Awards.

The 'Gimme More' singer - who scooped two prizes at the MTV Video Music Awards earlier this month - has been shortlisted for Album of the Year for 'Blackout' and Act of 2008.

Britney - who is set to release new album 'Circus' in November - will face competition from troubled star Amy Winehouse for the Act of 2008 award, despite several heavily criticised live performances from the 'Back To Black' singer this year.

The 26-year-old singer will battle against Alicia Keys, Coldplay, Duffy and Leona Lewis in the Album of the Year category.

Beyonce is set to perform at the November 6 ceremony in Liverpool, England, to launch her new album.

The R'n'B star - who is married to rapper Jay-Z - is also up for the Ultimate Urban prize.

Katy Perry's 'I Kissed A Girl' has made it into the Most Addictive Track list, alongside Kid Rock's 'All Summer Long' and Pink's 'So What'.

MTV Europe Music Awards 2008 nominations, full list -

Album of the Year:

Alicia Keys - 'As I Am'

Britney Spears - 'Blackout'

Coldplay - 'Viva La Vida or Death And All His Friends'

Duffy - 'Rockferry'

Leona Lewis - 'Spirit'


Foo Fighters

Linkin' Park


The Cure

Tokio Hotel

Most Addictive Track:

Coldplay - 'Viva La Vida'

Duffy - 'Mercy'

Katy Perry - 'I Kissed A Girl'

Kid Rock - 'All Summer Long'

Pink - 'So What'

New Act:


Jonas Brothers

Katy Perry

Miley Cyrus

One Republic

Act of 2008:

Amy Winehouse

Britney Spears


Leona Lewis


Ultimate Urban:

Alicia Keys


Chris Brown

Kanye West

Lil Wayne

Rock Out:

30 Seconds to Mars

Linkin' Park




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