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Best Male Pop Vocal Performance is just one of the five categories in which Justin Timberlake was nominated.
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Amy Winehouse garnered six nominations, including Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Best New Artist.
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Timbaland's big nominations this year include Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals, and - of course - Producer of the Year.
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The Foo Fighters got the nod in five categories, including Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Best Rock Song.
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Jay-Z (another five-category nominee), will battle it out with best gal Beyonce in the Record of the Year category.
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Tim McGraw received four nominations, including a first-time nod as a songwriter for "If You're Reading This".
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Chris Brown and T-Pain's song "Kiss Kiss" is nominated in the Rap/Sung Collaboration category, just one of the five nominations received by T-Pain.
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Bruce Springsteen's career is still going strong with four nominations this year. "Magic," his new release with the E Street Band is a contender in the Best Rock Album category.