Female artists dominated the recent Grammy Awards ceremony - and the nominations for this year's BRIT Awards suggests that next month's shindig may play out similarly.
The UK music industry's delayed celebration usually takes place in late February, but will now be held on May 11th.
As you may have heard, Dublin's Fontaines D.C. picked up their first BRIT nomination in the 'Best International Group' category. Belfast electronica duo Bicep have also been nominated in the 'Best British Group' and 'Breakthrough' categories (even though they have been together since 2009.)
Elsewhere, Dua Lipa, Arlo Parks and Celeste have picked up three nominations each, while Little Mix have notched up their first nomination as a trio since Jesy Nelson's departure. Four of the five 'Best Album' nominees are women.
See the full list below:
Female solo artist
Lianne la Havas
Male solo artist
Young T & Bugsey
Young T & Bugsey
Don’t Need Love – 220 Kid and Gracey
Rain – Aitch and AJ Tracey featuring Tay Keith
Physical – Dua Lipa
Watermelon Sugar – Harry Styles
Ain’t It Different – Headie One featuring AJ Tracey and Stormzy.
Head & Heart – Joel Corry featuring MNEK
Lighter – Nathan Dawe featuring KSI
Secrets – Regard and Raye
Rover – S1mba featuring DTG
Don’t Rush – Young T & Bugsey featuring Headie One
Collapsed In Sunbeams – Arlo Parks
Not Your Muse – Celeste
Future Nostalgia – Dua Lipa
Big Conspiracy – J Hus
What’s Your Pleasure? – Jessie Ware
International female solo artist
International male solo artist
Run The Jewels
Brits Rising Star (previously announced)
The ceremony takes place at London's O2 Arena and will be hosted by Jack Whitehall. So far, the only confirmed performers are Dua Lipa and Rising Star winner Griff - but you'll be able to watch it on TV on the night.