08:59 20 April 2011
The nominations for this year's prestigious Ivor Novello awards have been announced, with Kylie Minogue and Tinie Tempah among the artists up for prizes.
Kylie has been nominated for her single, All the Lovers, in the Most Performed Work category, an award that she previously won in 2002 for her track, Can't Get You Out of My Head.
She will, however, face tough competition for the accolade from band, Scouting for Girls, and Plan B.
Rapper Tinie Tempah has also received a nomination, being put forward in the Best Contemporary Song category for his debut hit, Pass Out.
Tempah will be up against Katy B for her single, Katy on a Mission, and The XX for their track, Islands.
Manchester band Everything Everything, who are yet to score a top 10 single, are also among the nominations.
Their album, Man Alive, is up for Best Album, while their song My Kz, Ur Bf has been nominated for Best Song.
The Ivor Novellos are considered one of the greatest accolades a musician can win, as they are judged by their peers.
Last year's event was dominated by Lily Allen, who won a hat-trick of prizes, including Songwriter of the Year.
The ceremony will be held at Grosvenor House in London on 19 May.
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