Ladies and Gaga lead BRITS

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 19 January 2010
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Female stars, including Lady Gaga, top BRITs list

Lady Gaga, Lily Allen, Florence and the Machine, Pixie Lott and JLS lead the nominations for this year's BRIT Awards, with nods in three categories each

Lady Gaga, Lily Allen, Florence and the Machine and Pixie Lott lead the nominations for this year's BRIT Awards.

The female quartet, along with boy band JLS, each received three nods when the shortlist was announced for this year's ceremony, which takes place in London next month.

Lily and Florence Welch will go head-to-head in the British Female and British Album - for 'It's Not Me, It's You' and 'Lungs' respectively - categories.

Lily is also in the running for British Single for 'The Fear', while Florence - last year's Critics' Choice Award winner - got the nod for Breakthrough Act, in which she will compete against Pixie.

Pixie, 19, is also nominated for British Female, as well as British Single for 'Mama Do'.

JLS - who shot to fame after coming second in UK reality TV contest 'The X Factor' in 2008 - were delighted to be nominated for British Breakthrough Act, British Group and British single for 'Beat Again'.

Speaking at the BRIT Awards nominations launch at London's IndigO2 last night (18.01.10), singer Oritse Williams said: "We're happy to be here and we've been invited to perform - we've been watching since we were little kids and it's just an amazing event. We're just going to enjoy every moment."

His bandmate Aston Merrygold added to BANG Showbiz: "It's actually around my birthday so hopefully we'll double up and have a JLS party."

Lady Gaga leads the way in the international categories, nominated for International Breakthrough Act, International Female Solo Artist and International Album for 'The Fame'.

Dizzee Rascal, Jay-Z, Paolo Nutini, La Roux, Empire of the Sun and Animal Collective are all nominated for two gongs each.

Ellie Goulding has already been confirmed as this year's Critics' Choice winner, while Robbie Williams - who is nominated in the British Male category - will pick up the coveted Outstanding Contribution To Music honour.

Comic Peter Kay will present the awards on February 16 at London's Earls Court.

BRIT Awards 2010 in Association with MasterCard full list of nominations:

British Male Solo Artist:

Calvin Harris

Dizzee Rascal


Paolo Nutini

Robbie Williams

British Female Solo Artist:

Bat For Lashes

Florence And The Machine

Leona Lewis

Lily Allen

Pixie Lott

British Breakthrough Act:

Florence And The Machine

Friendly Fires


La Roux

Pixie Lott

British Group:


Friendly Fires




Mastercard British Album:

Dizzee Rascal - 'Tongue 'N Cheek'

Florence And The Machine - 'Lungs'

Kasabian - 'West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum'

Lily Allen - 'It's Not Me, It's You'

Paolo Nutini - 'Sunny Side Up'

British Single:

Alesha Dixon - 'Breathe Slow'

Alexandra Burke ft. Flo Rida - 'Bad Boys'

Cheryl Cole - 'Fight For This Love'

Joe McElderry - 'The Climb'

JLS - 'Beat Again'

La Roux - 'In For The Kill'

Lily Allen - 'The Fear'

Pixie Lott - 'Mama Do'

Taio Cruz - 'Break Your Heart'

Tinchy Stryder ft. N-Dubz - 'Number 1'

International Male Solo Artist:

Bruce Springsteen



Michael Buble

Seasick Steve

International Female Solo Artist:

Lady GaGa


Norah Jones



International Breakthrough Act:

Animal Collective

Daniel Merriweather

Empire Of The Sun

Lady GaGa

Taylor Swift

International Album:

Animal Collective - 'Merriweather Post Pavilion'

Black Eyed Peas - 'The E.N.D.'

Empire Of The Sun - 'Walking On Dream'

Jay-Z - 'The Blueprint 3'

Lady GaGa - 'The Fame'

British Producer of the Year:

Jim Abbiss

Paul Epworth

Ethan Johns

Steve Lillywhite.

Critics' Choice Award:

Ellie Goulding

Outstanding Contribution to Music:

Robbie Williams

Brits Performance of 30th Year:

Bee Gees - 'Stayin' Alive' / 'How Deep Is Your Love' (1997)

Bros - 'I Owe You Nothing' (1989)

Coldplay - 'Clocks' (2003)

Eurythmics and Stevie Wonder - 'Angel' (1999)

Girls Aloud - 'The Promise' (2009)

Kanye West - 'Gold Digger' (2006)

Kylie Minogue - 'Can't Get You Out Of My Head' (2002)

Michael Jackson - 'Earth Song' (1996)

Paul McCartney - 'Live And Let Die' (2008)

Pet Shop Boys - 'Go West' (1994)

Robbie Williams and Tom Jones - 'Full Monty' medley (1998)

Scissor Sisters - 'Take Your Mama' (2005)

Spice Girls - 'Wannabe' / 'Who Do You Think You Are' (1997)

The Who - 'Who Are You' (1988)

Brits Album of 30 Years:

Coldplay - 'A Rush Of Blood To The Head'

Dido - 'No Angel'

Dire Straits - 'Brothers In Arms'

Duffy - 'Rockferry'

Keane - 'Hopes and Fears'

Oasis - '(What's The Story) Morning Glory'

Phil Collins - 'No Jacket Required'

Sade - 'Diamond Life'

The Verve - 'Urban Hymns'

Travis - 'The Man Who'

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