Brit Awards tonight – follow all the action on NME.COM

We'll have full coverage of the bash this evening (February 20)

The Brit Awards begin at 8pm (GMT) tonight at London‘s Earls Court venue, and we’ll be giving you full coverage of events on NME.COM.

We’ll be reporting who wins, who loses and who gets up to mischief all evening, as it happens, as the nominees clench up and cross their fingers in anticipation.

It’s already been reported that Brit bosses are worried about what antics presenters Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne are going to get up to at the awards, and should any interesting incidents occur we’ll be the first to report it.

So check back from 8pm tonight for full coverage of the Brit Awards 2008.

In the meantime who do you think will win and who do you want to win? Post your comments below.

The full nominees are:

British Male Solo Artist

Jamie T

Mark Ronson

Mika

Newton Faulkner

Richard Hawley

British Female Solo Artist

Bat For Lashes

Kate Nash

KT Tunstall

Leona Lewis

PJ Harvey

British Group

Arctic Monkeys

Editors

Girls Aloud

Kaiser Chiefs

Take That

British Album

Arctic Monkeys – ‘Favourite Worst Nightmare’

Leona Lewis – ‘Spirit’

Mark Ronson – ‘Version’

Mika – ‘Life In Cartoon Motion’

Take That – ‘Beautiful World’

British Breakthrough Act

Bat For Lashes

Kate Nash

Klaxons

Leona Lewis

Mika

British Live Act

Arctic Monkeys

Kaiser Chiefs

Klaxons

Muse

Take That

British Single

The Hoosiers – ‘Worried About Ray’

Leona Lewis – ‘Bleeding Love’

Mark Ronson – ‘Valerie’ (featuring Amy Winehouse)

Mika – ‘Grace Kelly’

Take That – ‘Shine’

International Male Solo Artist

Bruce Springsteen

Kanye West

Rufus Wainwright

Timbaland

Michael Buble

International Female Solo Artist

Alicia Keys

Bjork

Feist

Kylie Minogue

Rihanna

International Group

Arcade Fire

Eagles

Foo Fighters

Kings Of Leon

The White Stripes

International Album

Arcade Fire – ‘Neon Bible’

Eagles – ‘Long Road Out Of Eden’

Foo Fighters – ‘Echoes, Silence, Patience, Grace’

Kings Of Leon ‘Because Of The Times’

Kylie Minogue – ‘X’

Outstanding Contribution Award

Paul McCartney

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