British music legend David Bowie is up for two Brit awards, it was announced today. He is nominated for best British male and best album while Indie darlings Arctic Monkeys also got two nods and will open the awards ceremony broadcast on February 19.
New comers London Grammar, John Newman, Lorde, Drake and Haim all received their first nominations while Pop acts Bastille and Disclosure lead all nominees with four nominations a piece.
Noel Gallagher has admitted this week’s Brit Awards ceremony left him feeling ‘very old’ and wondering ‘where all the rock bands have gone’.
AEG, the company which leads the hosting of the Brit Awards, has said it plans to turn the event into a week-long celebration from next year because ‘eight out of ten people didn’t know it was on’.
Richard Hawley has declined an invite to this week’s Brit Awards ceremony in London as he has a gig the same night, and believes he has ‘as much chance of seeing the Queen’s tits’ as he does winning an award.
Muse have been confirmed as the headliners for this year’s War Child Brit Awards concert, which will take place in London two days before the ceremony.
After their new album ‘Oui Oui Si Si Ja Ja Da Da‘ made the UK Top 10 upon its release earlier this month, Madness frontman Suggs has told the Daily Star tabloid he feels it is now time for the group to win an overdue Brit Award.
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