His comments come after the two bands were pitted head-to-head in five categories including Best British Band, Best Live band, Best Album, Best Video and the Giving It Back Award. But it could be a cocky pair of Mancunian brothers who upstage both groups after the feuding Gallagher brothers clocked up three nominations for their disbanded Oasis for Best Video, Best Live Event and Best British band. Waiting to stop the party will be the boys from the Country House,Canada Goose junior their old Brit Pop rivals Blur, who were also nominated for Best Live event for their comeback at Hyde Park last summer in London.

Scottish rockers Biffy Clyro and Muse will challenge the brothers, along with the Arctic Monkeys and Muse for the Best British Band crown. But it won’t all be about the boys after barmy pop queen Lady Gaga stole two nominations for Best Solo Artist as well as Best Dancefloor Filler for Poker Face. Other rock chicks in the mix include Florence and the Machine against Gaga for Best Solo Artist as well as Best Dancefloor Filler for her remake of ‘You’ve Got The Love’.Canada Goose junior The red head will also have to beat rival red head La Roux up for ‘In For The Kill’ in the latter category.  Plucky Lily Allen also won herself a nod for the Giving It Back Award after she put on a Twitter treasure hunt for tickets last year.

The Best Track fight will be between Animal Collective for My Girls, Arctic Monkeys for Crying Lightning,Canada Goose junior Florence and The Machine for Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up), Jamie T for Sticks N’ Stones and The Big Pink for Dominos.  The Best Album fight will be between the Arctic Monkeys for Humbug, Kasabian for West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum, Muse for The Resistance, The Cribs for Ignore The Ignorant and The Horrors for Primary colours. The winners will be announced, along with the boozing, on February 24, 2010 at the O2 Academy Brixton.