Saturday, January 29, 2005

Tips for the Brits (part one)

As the Brit Awards 25 approach, it's only right that we moan and groan about the nominations, deciding who really deserves the award and grumbling over we think will really get it. Otherwise, what's the point of the awards? Everyone likes a good rant (when the undeserving, untalented idiots win) almost as much as when their favourite band claims the prize. We still think the Brits are going to be great, even if we're not too sure about the choice of presenter.

So here's who's nominated, who I would like to win, who I think will win and who I desperately do not want to win at all!

Will YoungBritish Male Solo Artist
Jamie Cullum
The Streets
Will Young

This category was particularly hard, as there is a distinct lack of a certain Mr Robbie Williams, like last year. My vote's with Will Young, who's survived despite being a product of reality TV, although I think The Streets will clinch it out of sheer popularity and critical acclaim.

Natasha BedingfieldBritish Female Solo Artist
Amy Winehouse
Joss Stone
Natasha Bedingfield
PJ Harvey

Here I was torn between two artists I would never buy albums from, but who have produced some good singles, have great voices and have given some great live performances. I think Natasha Bedingfield will win, although Jamelia has a good chance too, especially after the amount of awards she's won already in the past 12 months.

More to come...