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From Emeli Sande and Adele to Robbie Williams and Olly Murs, take a look at this year's BRIT Award nominations...
Having won the Critics' Choice prize at last year's BRIT Awards, Emeli Sande is leading the way in 2013 with a whopping four nominations. The Read All About It singer is up for best female, best album and has two tracks in the best single category.
For all intents and purposes, Robbie Williams is the king of the BRIT Awards. The 38-year-old has won 17 gongs at the prestigious ceremony - more than any other artist - and could make it 18 this year as his song Candy is nominated for Best Single.
Adele won two gongs last time round - British album and British female - and this year has been nominated in the Best Single category for her Skyfall theme tune.
Coldplay have won an incredible seven BRIT Awards over their glittering career. This year, the chart-toppers could add two more, having been nominated for Best Live Act and Best Single, for their collaboration with Rihanna.
Florence Welch is hoping to add to her two BRIT Awards with a Best Single prize this year. Florence + The Machine were nominated for their single Spectrum (Say My Name).
Jessie J's single Dominos is up for Best Single. The 23-year-old won the Critics' Choice Award at the 2011 ceremony.
Olly Murs could win his first BRIT Award this year. The Essex-born heartthrob is up for Best British Male and Best British Single for Nick Snaith's favourite, Troublemaker!
Stooshe's Black Heart ruled the airwaves in 2012, so it's no surprise to see the track nominated for Best Single.
Amy Winehouse received a nomination for British Female after her album Lioness was released posthumously. The Valerie singer won the gong in 2007.
Boyband sensation One Direction have been nominated for the best British Group act. The band have already sold over 15 million records in their short career.
Irish rockers The Script are up for best International Group.
Gotye has been nominated for the International Male Solo Artist award. The singer's track Somebody That I Used to Know was one of the biggest singles of 2012, having sold over a staggering 10 million copies.
Taylor Swift is searching for her first BRIT Award as the 23-year-old receives a nomination in the International Female Solo Artist category.
Rihanna has won International Female Solo Artist two years running now, and has been nominated once more. Can the Bajan beauty make it three?
Girl on Fire singer Alicia Keys is up for International Female Solo Artist.