Amy Winehouse is in the running for three Ivor Novello Awards after the nominations were published today.
The 24-year-old has been named in the best song musically and lyrically category twice for Love is a Losing Game and You Know I'm No Good.
She is also nominated for the best-selling British song award for Rehab, the song which won her the best contemporary song gong last year.
All three songs are from Winehouse's breakthrough album Back to Black, which has already won five Grammys and a Brit award.
Up against the singer in the best song category, won by Scott Matthews for Elusive last year, is Let Me Out, written by Rosi Galan and Jamie Hartman and performed by Ben's Brother.
Atonement and Oliver Twist lead the way in the film and television score categories, while In Rainbows is expected to win the same award for Radiohead as it did for the Arctic Monkeys last year for Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not.
The winners of the Ivors will be announced at the Grosvenor House hotel on May 22nd.
2008 Ivor Novello award nominationsBest song musically and lyrically (writer/performer)
Let Me Out Rosi Galan and Jamie Hartman/Ben's Brother
Love is a Losing Game Amy Winehouse
You Know I'm no Good Amy Winehouse
Best contemporary song (writer/performer)
Foundations Paul Epworth and Kate Nash/Kate Nash
Golden Skans - Jamie Reynolds, James Righton and Simon Taylor-Davies/The Klaxons
People Help the People Simon Aldred/Cherry Ghost
Best original film score (composer)
Atonement Dario Marianelli
Becoming Jane Adrian Johnston
La Vie en Rose Christopher Gunning
Best television soundtrack (composer)
Oliver Twist Martin Phipps
Primo Jonathan Goldstein
Who Killed Mrs de Ropp Paul Moessl
Performing Rights Society most performed work (writer/performer)
Ruby - Nicholas Baines, Nick Hodgson, James Rix, Andrew White and Ricky Wilson/Kaiser Chiefs
Shine Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange, Mark Owen and Stephen Robson/Take That
Starz in their Eyes Jack Allsopp/Just Jack
Best selling British song (writer/performer)
Beautiful Liar - Ian Dench, Mikkel Eriksen, Amanda Ghost, Tor Erik Hermansen and Beyonce Knowles/Beyonce and Shakira
Grace Kelly - Jodi Marr, John Merchant, Mika and Dan Warner/Mika
Rehab - Amy Winehouse
Best selling UK album (writer/performer)
In Rainbows - Colin Greenwood, Jonny Greenwood, Edward OBrien, Philip Selway and Thom Yorke/Radiohead
Man on the Roof Stephen Fretwell
Thirst for Romance Simon Aldred/Cherry Ghost
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