January 16, 2007 17:53

Lily Allen, Muse head list of BRIT Award nominations

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Muse, Lily Allen and Gnarls Barkley lead the nominations for this year’s BRIT Awards with three apiece, it has been announced today (January 16).

Muse are up for British Group, Mastercard British Album for ‘Black Holes And Revelations’ and Live Act.

Allen scooped nominations for British Female Solo Artist, Mastercard British Album for ‘Alright, Still’ and British Breakthrough Act. She is also on the British Single Shortlist for ‘Smile’.

Gnarls Barkley are up for International Group, International Album for ‘St Elsewhere’ and International Breakthrough Act.

Double nominees announced at Hammersmith Palais in west London include Kasabian, Arctic Monkeys, Bob Dylan, Scissor Sisters and Amy Winehouse.

The ceremony will take place on February 14 at London’s Earls Court, and will be hosted by Russell Brand.

The full list of nominations is as follows:

British Male Solo Artist
James Morrison
Jarvis Cocker
Lemar
Paolo Nutini
Thom Yorke

British Female Solo Artist
Amy Winehouse
Corinne Bailey Rae
Jamelia
Lily Allen
Nerina Pallot

British Group
Arctic Monkeys
Kasabian
Muse
Razorlight
Snow Patrol

Mastercard British Album
Amy Winehouse – ‘Back To Black’
Arctic Monkeys – ‘Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not’
Lily Allen – ‘Alright, Still’
Muse – ‘Black Holes And Revelations’
Snow Patrol – ‘Eyes Open’

British Single Shortlist
Corinne Bailey Rae – ‘Put Your Records On’
The Feeling – ‘Fill My Little World’
James Morrison – ‘You Give Me Something’
The Kooks – ‘She Moves In Her Own Way’
Leona Lewis – ‘A Moment Like This’
Lily Allen – ‘Smile’
Razorlight – ‘America’
Sandi Thom – ‘I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker’
Snow Patrol – ‘Chasing Cars’
Take That – ‘Patience’
Will Young – ‘All Time Love’

British Breakthrough Act
Corinne Bailey Rae
The Fratellis
James Morrison
The Kooks
Lily Allen

British Live Act
George Michael
Guillemots
Kasabian
Muse
Robbie Williams

International Male Solo Artist
Beck
Bob Dylan
Damien Rice
Jack Johnson
Justin Timberlake

International Female Solo Artist
Beyonce
Cat Power
Christina Aguilera
Nelly Furtado
Pink

International Group
The Flaming Lips
Gnarls Barkley
The Killers
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Scissor Sisters

International Album
Bob Dylan – ‘Modern Times’
Gnarls Barkley – ‘St Elsewhere’
Justin Timberlake – ‘FutureSex/LoveSounds’
The Killers – ‘Sam’s Town’
Scissor Sisters – ‘Ta-Dah’

International Breakthrough Act
Gnarls Barkley
Orson
The Raconteurs
Ray Lamontagne
Wolfmother

Outstanding Contribution To Music
Oasis

Artists confirmed to perform live at the ceremony are Snow Patrol, Scissor Sisters, The Killers, Take That, Corinne Bailey Rae, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Amy Winehouse and Oasis.

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