The long-awaited nominations for this year's BRIT Awards are out, and Take That are up for two awards; Best Group and Best Album!
The boys will be competing against Gorillaz, Biffy Clyro, Mumford & Sons and The xx for the Best Group award, while the MasterCard British Album of the Year title will also be fought out between Take That, Mumford & Sons (Sigh No More) and and The xx (xx), plus Plan B (The Defamation of Strickland Banks) and Tinie Tempah (Disc - Overy)… fingers crossed for a Take That double on the evening!
This year's BRIT Awards will be broadcast live on ITV1 on Tuesday 15th February from its new home at London's O2 Arena and is hosted by TV funnyman James Corden.
Robbie's BRITs Triumphs
Robbie has won more BRITs than any other artist in the ceremony's history; a colossal 12 awards as a solo artist and another four as part of Take That in the 90s.
Last year, he was awarded the prestigious Outstanding Contribution To Music Award, joining a galaxy of superstars including Paul McCartney, U2, Tom Jones, Sting, David Bowie, The Beatles and The Who on the honours board, before bringing the curtain down on the star-studded 2010 show with a mega-medley of smash hits, including Let Me Entertain You, No Regrets, Millennium, Feel and Angels!
Take a look at a video of his amazing performance below…