Paloma Faith isn't impressed by the lack of female artists performing at the BRITs.
The 'Crybaby' singer will battle it out with Kate Tempest, Jessie Ware, Laura Marling and Dua Lipa to be crowned Best Female Solo Artist - a prize she previously won in 2015 - at the Mastercard-sponsored ceremony at London's The O2 arena on February 21, but she thinks there should be much more women on the bill.
She said: ''They keep telling us women are having a great year, but it looks like all men performing at the BRITS accept for one woman.''
The 36-year-old star - who recently welcomed her first child into the world with partner Leyman Lahcine - doesn't think she will be victorious because her record, 'The Architect', which was released on November 17, hasn't been out as long as her category contenders.
Paloma said previously: ''I don't think I will win because the album has only been released eight weeks. I don't think it's really my time.''
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