"New Rules" hitmaker Dua, who won twice at last year's (18) bash, is up for four awards - all in the British Single and British Artist Video of the Year categories, as her track "IDGAF" and "One Kiss", her collaboration with Calvin Harris, are nominated in both.
Jess is up for the British Female Solo Artist prize, while "These Days", her song with Rudimental, Macklemore and Dan Caplen, will compete for British Single and British Artist Video of the Year. Her song "I'll Be There" is also in the running for the British Single section.
Anne-Marie is another four-time nominee, notably for the prestigious British Album of the Year award for "Speak Your Mind". She is also up for British Female Solo Artist, and her track "2002" is shortlisted for British Single and British Artist Video of the Year.
The other nominees for the Album of the Year honour are George Ezra's "Staying at Tamara's", Jorja Smith's "Lost & Found", Florence and the Machine's "High as Hope" and The 1975's "A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships".
Jess and Anne-Marie's rivals for British Female Solo Artist are Florence and the Machine, Jorja Smith, and Lily Allen, while Ezra will take on Sam Smith, Giggs, Aphex Twin and Craig David for the equivalent male prize.
Among the non-British artists to receive recognition in the international categories are Drake, Ariana Grande, The Carters (Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z), Cardi B, Christine and the Queens and Camila Cabello.
The ceremony will be hosted by comedian Jack Whitehall and will take place at London's O2 Arena on 20 February (19).
The full list of nominees is:
British Male Solo Artist:
British Female Solo Artist:
British Breakthrough Act:
Critics' Choice winner:
MasterCard British Album of the Year:
British Artist Video of the Year:
International Male Solo Artist:
International Female Solo Artist: