Jedward up for LAFTA
'X Factor' twins John and Edward have been nominated for Funniest Double Act at next year's Loaded LAFTAS
John and Edward have been nominated for Funniest Double Act at next year's Loaded LAFTAS.
The Irish twins - who were the star performers on this year's 'X Factor' - will go up against their talent show mentor Louis Walsh and fellow judge Simon Cowell at the awards ceremony.
The brothers, known as 'Jedward', will also compete against Adam and Joe, Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer and Miller and Armstrong.
Michael McIntyre leads the nominations in four categories for Funniest Man, Funniest Show On TV, Funniest DVD and Funniest Stand Up.
Michael is up against Harry Hill for Funniest Man and Funniest TV Show.
Loaded Editor Martin Daubney said: "I am more excited about this year's awards than ever before. The list of nominations shows how incredibly diverse British comedy has become, across live stand up, television, radio and film - and it's always good to see that the American sense of humour works so well this side of the pond. As usual, I am hoping that the event in January will be as raucous as ever. We are chuffed to bits to have Durex Ora! sponsoring us this year and I'm looking forward to introducing our lovely host Olivia Lee, on the day."
The ceremony will take place at exclusive London venue The Cuckoo Club on Wednesday 27 January.
Loaded LAFTAS 2010 with Durex Ora! Nominations:
Dara O Briain
Justin Lee Collins
Funniest Show On TV:
'Harry Hill's TV Burp'
'Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow'
Funniest Comedy Panel Show:
'8 out of 10 Cats'
'Have I got News For You'
'Mock The Week'
'Never Mind The Buzzcocks'
'In the Loop'
Best Stand Up:
Funniest Double Act:
Adam and Joe
Miller and Armstrong
Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh
Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer
Adam and Joe
Funniest Radio Sidekick:
Aled Jones (Radio 1 breakfast)
Beccy Huxtable (Radio 1 Drivetime)
Brian Murphy (Absolute Radio Breakfast)
'Comedy' Dave Vitty (Radio 1 breakfast)
Charlie Hedges (Kiss FM breakfast)
Funniest TV Personality:
Jimmy Carr - 'Telling Jokes'
'Rhod Gilbert and the award Winning Mince Pie'
Russell Howard - 'Dingledodies'
'Eddie Izzard Live Stripped'
'Michael McIntyre Live 2009'
Funniest Newspaper Columnist:
Charlie Brooker, The Guardian
Jeremy Clarkson, The Sun
AA Gill, The Times
Joe Mott, Daily Star Sunday
Gordon Smart, The Sun