The Crazy in the Love singer has been shortlisted for best music website at the annual awards, and she will compete against the interactive Inside Abbey Road site plus pages created by bosses of streaming service Spotify, radio station Triple J and news media Pitchfork.

One Direction's promotional Made in the A.M. site, for their latest album, will go head-to-head with model Kendall's official pages for the Celebrity/Fan (Websites) prize, but they have tough competition from Irish rockers U2 and U.S. TV hosts Conan O'Brien and Ellen DeGeneres.

Nicki Minaj is mentioned in Comedy: Individual Short or Episode (Online Film & Video) category thanks to an animated parody of her Anaconda music video, which was created by It is nominated against Dennis Quaid's on set meltdown, which turned out to be a Funny Or Die prank, parody rap video Go to College, featuring U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama, and a special The Simpsons sketch mocking Donald Trump's presidential bid announcement.

Hit TV drama Game of Thrones scores a nomination for Best Overall Social Presence, alongside The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and other news pages.

Funnyman Jerry Seinfeld achieves two mentions, for Best Web Personality/Host (Online Film & Video) and Comedy: Long Form or Series (Online Film & Video) for his web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.

U.S. talk show host Jimmy Kimmel also receives a nod in the latter comedy category for his Celebrities Read Mean Tweets segment, plus comedian Billy Eichner for the Michelle Obama episode of his game show Billy on the Street.

The winners are announced on 26 April (16) ahead of ceremony at Cipriani Wall Street in New York on 16 May (16).