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The rapper scoops seven nominations, the teen singer sweeps four nods, while Hedley receive six gongs.
While the 'Haven't Met You Yet' singer bags four awards, the rapper collects two prizes just like fellow musicians K'naan and Metric.
Kings of Leon have become Britain's best-selling artist online as their album 'Only by the Night' has been downloaded more than a quarter of a million times in the U.K. since its 2008 release.
Outside the listed dates, Kings of Leon are going to perform at Bonnaroo and V Festivals in June and August respectively.
Beside landing multiple nods, the three Canadian artists are also billed to rock the event alongside Billy Talent and other singers.
Country music acts, such as Zac Brown Band, Jamey Johnson and Miranda Lambert, are also booked for the annual festivity.
John Legend and Carlos Santana mention Taylor Swift as the winner for Album of the Year at the 2010 Grammy Awards.
Green Day get Best Rock Album, Kings of Leon win Record of the Year, and Stephen Colbert collects Best Comedy Album.
The Sam Worthington-starring sci-fi still rules Box Office chart on its seventh weekend and earns $2.04 billion worldwide revenue.
Beyonce gets four early Grammy trophies, Black Eyed Peas are handed three nods, while Taylor Swift, Lady GaGa and Eminem follow with two gongs each.
After her collaboration with Jay-Z 'Empire State of Mind' became hit at singles chart, Alicia Keys has revealed that she eyes a duet with Kings of Leon.
Although she said it back at Golden Globes, the news has just spread wild that she would be marrying her same-sex partner Dr. Lara Embry.
At the 2009 Shockwaves NME Awards, both British bands are nominated for six nods, five of which see them facing off against each other.
Being said they have left Columbia Records and signed a deal with Warner Brothers, Kings of Leon blast the report, stating they will always continue 'to have a great relationship with their label.'
The Caleb Followill-fronted band have parted ways with Columbia Records, signing a new record deal with Warner Brothers.