As if she hasn’t been battling herself enough these days, Amy Winehouse will face off against Amy Winehouse in the “Best Song Musically & Lyrically” category of this year’s Ivor Novello Awards, which are given to UK songwriters and composers who pass muster with their peers. Going up against “Love Is A Losing Game” and “You Know I’m No Good” is the very Rod Stewarty “Let Me Out” by Ben’s Brother, which could win if Winehouse splits the vote, Lord help us. Other nominees include Kate Nash, Klaxons, a band named Cherry Ghost that could pass for Coldplay in a blind taste test, and that awful ringtoney Beyonce/Shakira collaboration. Click on Amy for the list of nominees that have been announced so far.

BEST SONG MUSICALLY & LYRICALLY Let Me Out – Ben’s Brother Love is a Losing Game – Amy Winehouse You Know I’m No Good – Amy Winehouse

BEST CONTEMPORARY SONG Foundations – Kate Nash Golden Skans – Klaxons People Help The People – Cherry Ghost

BESTSELLING BRITISH SONG Beautiful Liar – Beyonce & Shakira Rehab – Amy Winehouse Grace Kelly – Mika

MOST PERFORMED WORK Ruby – Kaiser Chiefs Shine – Take That Starz in Their Eyes – Just Jack

ALBUM AWARD In Rainbows – Radiohead Man on the Roof – Stephen Fretwell Thirst for Romance – Cherry Ghost

ORIGINAL FILM SCORE Atonement Becoming Jane La Vie En Rose

TELEVISION SOUNDTRACK Oliver Twist Primo Who Killed Mrs de Ropp?

Amy Winehouse nominated for three Ivor Novello Awards [Times]