Brit Awards 2013 nominations: Emeli Sandé, Alt-J and Mumford lead the way

This year's list pits some of last year's biggest success stories against each other

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Posted 10th January 2013 in News, Emeli Sandé | By Clickmusic News Desk
Brit Awards 2013 nominations: Emeli Sandé, Alt-J and Mumford lead the way

We've got the nominations for the 2013 Brit Awards and certain names are dominating the categories.

Emeli Sandé leads the list with four nominations, including two for 'Best British Single'; she's also nominated for 'Best British Female' and 'Best British Album'. Mumford & Sons, Alt-J and Rita Ora have earned three nominations each.

The full list of nominees for the Brits 2013 is:

Best British Male
Calvin Harris
Plan B
Richard Hawley
Olly Murs
Ben Howard

Best British Female
Emeli Sandé
Paloma Faith
Bat For Lashes
Jessie Ware
Amy Winehouse

Best British Group
Mumford and Sons
The xx
One Direction

Best Live Act
Mumford and Sons
The Vaccines
The Rolling Stones

Best International Group
The Black Keys
The Script
Alabama Shakes
The Killers

Best International Male
Jack White
Michael Bublé
Frank Ocean
Bruce Springsteen

Best International Female
Alicia Keys
Cat Power
Lana Del Rey
Taylor Swift

Mastercard British Album of the Year
Alt-J - An Awesome Wave
Emeli Sandé - Our Version of Events
Paloma Faith - Fall To Grace
Plan B - iLL Manors
Mumford and Sons - Babel

Best British Breakthrough
Jake Bugg
Jessie Ware
Ben Howard
Rita Ora

Best British Single
Adele - 'Skyfall'
Alex Clare - 'Too Close'
Coldplay and Rihanna - 'Princess of China'
DJ Fresh feat. Rita Ora - 'Hot Right Now'
Emeli Sandé - 'Next To Me'
Florence + the Machine - 'Spectrum'
James Arthur - 'Impossible'
Jessie J - 'Domino'
Rizzle Kicks - 'Mama Do the Hump'
Labrinth and Emeli Sandé - 'Beneath Your Beautiful'
Robbie Williams - 'Candy'
Olly Murs feat. Flo Rida - 'Troublemaker'
Rita Ora feat. Tine Tempah - 'RIP'
Stooshe - 'Black Heart'
Rudimental feat. John Newman - 'Feel the Love'

The Brits 2013 take place on February 20 at London's O2 Arena.