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Bri­tish Male Solo Artist in as­so­ci­a­tion with Youtube mu­sic

Sam Smith, Craig David, Aphex Twin, Giggs, Ge­orge Ezra

Bri­tish Fe­male Solo Artist Florence + the Ma­chine, Jorja Smith, Anne-marie, Lily Allen, Jess Glynne

Bri­tish Sin­gle

Calvin Har­ris and Dua Lipa, One Kiss

Ge­orge Ezra, Shot­gun Rudi­men­tal fea­tur­ing Jess Glynne and Dan Caplen, These Days

Dua Lipa, IDGAF

Anne Marie, 2002

Clean Ban­dit feat Demi Lo­vato, Solo

Si­gala and Paloma Faith, Lul­laby

Ramz, Bark­ing

Jess Glynne, I’ll Be There Tom Walker, Leave A

Light On

Bri­tish Break­through artist Ma­bel, Idles, Ella May, Tom Walker, Jorja Smith,

Bri­tish Group

Ar­tic Mon­keys, Go­ril­laz, 1975, Lit­tle Mix, Years and Years

Bri­tish artist video of the year

Anne Marie 2002

Calvin Har­ris and Dua Lipa, One Kiss

Clean Ban­dit feat Demi Lo­vato, Solo

Dua Lipa, IDGAF

Jax Jones feat Ina Wrold­sen, Breathe

Jonas Blue feat Jack & Jack, Rise

Liam Payne and Rita Ora, For You (Fifty Shades Freed)

Lit­tle Mix feat Nicki Mi­naj, Woman Like Me

Rita Ora, Let You Love Me Rudi­men­tal feat Jess Glynne, Mack­le­more and Dan Caplen, These Days

In­ter­na­tional Group The Carters

First Aid Kit Brock­hamp­ton

Nile Rodgers & Chic 21 Pilots

In­ter­na­tional Male Solo Artist

Drake, Eminem, Ka­masi Wash­ing­ton, Shawn Men­des, Travis Scott

In­ter­na­tional Fe­male

Solo Artist

Cardi B, Camila Ca­bello, Chris­tine and the Queens, Ar­i­ana Grande, Janelle Monae

Mastercard Bri­tish Al­bum of the Year

Jorja Smith, Lost & Found 1975, A Brief In­quiry into On­line Re­la­tion­ships, Florence + the Ma­chine, High­est Hope

Anne Marie, Speak Your Mind

Ge­orge Ezra, Stay­ing at Ta­mara’s

Crit­ics Choice Award Brit Award win­ner for 2019 Sam Fen­der the lit­tle girl in­side of me is like, ahhh.” Girl­band Lit­tle Mix have been nom­i­nated for best Bri­tish group and in the video cat­e­gory for their sin­gle Woman Like Me fea­tur­ing Nicki Mi­naj.

Lit­tle Mix’s Jesy Nel­son, 27, said: “I don’t think peo­ple thought we’d ever last this long as a girl­band. We’re just get­ting started, if I am hon­est.”

Shot­gun singer Ge­orge Ezra, 25, is nom­i­nated in the sin­gle cat­e­gory and de­scribed the prospect of the awards as “nerve-rack­ing.” He said: “It kind of feels like the World Cup of mu­sic.

“I re­mem­ber watch­ing it all the time as a kid. It’s just strange see­ing how it all works. Watch­ing the per­for­mances roll out and it’s an amaz­ing thing to be part of.”

Back as host, co­me­dian Jack White­hall, 30, plans to chan­nel Bey­oncé for this year’s awards.

He said: “Ba­si­cally, in my head, I’m the Bey­oncé of com­edy, and I like as many cos­tume changes as I can.

“I know what it is now, I know the game, you need to be able to think on your feet, throw a few punches, and em­brace the chaos.”

He added: “That’s what you need to do – em­brace the chaos, not fight it.”

BEST SIN­GLE HOPE­FULS: Singers Dua Lipa and Jess GlynneGONG NOD: Lit­tle Mix’s Per­rie, Leigh-anne, Jesy and JadeFOUR BLIMEY Anne-marie is up for a quar­tet ofawards

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