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Two video nominations for Goulding

Ellie Goulding has landed two nominations for the best video prize at the Brit Awards, facing competition from favourites One Direction.

The shortlist for the prize, to be decided in a public vote, was unveiled today and also features Naughty Boy and John Newman.

Goulding is in the running for her single Burn as well as her collaboration with Calvin Harris on I Need Your Love.

The singer - who is also performing at the awards ceremony next week - has already picked three nominations for the awards with the same two tracks both nominated for best single and she competes for the best British female solo artist title.

One Direction are in the best video category with their hit Best Song Ever and are widely expected to take the prize with their huge fanbase able to take part in the voting. Fans from all over the world will be able to vote on social media, as Brits bosses look to give the event more of an international profile and stream it globally on YouTube.

Completing the category are John Newman with Love Me Again and Naughty Boy featuring Sam Smith with La La La. Smith has already won this year's critics choice prize for the event, formally called the Brit Awards 2014 with Mastercard.

Voting will take place on Twitter when the ceremony begins at 8pm on Wednesday, February 19.

Best video shortlist:

:: Calvin Harris featuring Ellie Goulding - I Need Your Love

:: Ellie Goulding - Burn

:: John Newman - Love Me Again

:: Naughty Boy featuring Sam Smith - La La La

:: One Direction - Best Song Ever

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