Kylie will be competing against herself this year as two of her hits are shortlisted in the same category
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Pop group Liberty X also garnered a pair of nominations
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23 APRIL 2003
With a trio of gongs, Kylie Minogue's Can't Get You Out Of My Head was the star of last year's Ivor Novello awards, which recognise the best in songwriting. And the petite pop goddess may once again rise to the top at this year's ceremony, as she's snagged a pair of nominations for the 2003 contest.

However, Kylie will take home just one trophy at the most her two shortlists are for the same category. In Your Eyes and Love At First Sight will battle it out with Liberty X's Just A Little for the PRS most performed work prize.

Just A Little is also a double nominee, having also been nominated for best-selling UK single.

Also recognised at the Ivors, which are considered one of the most distinguished awards in British music, are songs made famous by Coldplay, Oasis, The Streets and Ms Dynamite. U2's Electrical Storm, Avril Lavigne's Complicated and Robbie Williams' Feel are up for international hit of the year.

Winners will be announced on May 22 at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.



        
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