You Know I'm No Good, Love is a Losing Game and Rehab all nominated
AMY WINEHOUSE has been nominated for three prestigious gongs at this year's Ivor Novello Awards.
The troubled singer's tracks You Know I'm No Good and Love is a Losing Game are both up for best song, while Rehab - which won last year's best contemporary song - is a contender for best selling British song.
Mika's hit Grace Kelly and Beyonce Knowles' duet with Shakira, Beautiful Liar are also contenders for the best selling British song, while Ben's Brother track Let Me Out will compete with Winehouse in the best song category.
Nominees for the best contemporary song prize include Kate Nash with Foundations, Golden Skans by the Klaxons and Cherry Ghost's People Help The People.
The music from movies Atonement, Becoming Jane and La Vie en Rose are up for the best original film score, while Oliver Twist, Primo and Who Killed Mrs de Ropp? will compete for best television soundtrack.
The awards - which honour British music publishers, songwriters and composers - will be held at London's Grosvenor House on May 22. Another eight awards - which include the lifetime achievement accolade - will be presented on the day.
Nominees for 2008 Ivor Novello Awards:
Best song musically and lyrically:
Let Me Out - Ben's Brother
Love Is A Losing Game - Amy Winehouse
You Know I'm No Good - Amy Winehouse
Best contemporary song:
Foundations - Kate Nash
Golden Skans - Klaxons
People Help The People - Cherry Ghost
Best television soundtrack:
Who Killed Mrs de Ropp?
Best original film score:
La Vie en Rose
PRS most performed work:
Ruby - Kaiser Chiefs
Shine - Take That
Starz In Their Eyes - Just Jack
Best selling British song:
Beautiful Liar - Beyonce and Shakira
Grace Kelly - Mika
Rehab - Amy Winehouse
In Rainbows - Radiohead
Man On The Roof - Stephen Fretwell
Thirst For Romance - Cherry Ghost
To be presented on the day:
Outstanding song collection
Classical music award
PRS outstanding contribution to British music
Songwriters of the year
Special international award