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2008 MTV Australia Awards Nominees Announced

March 13, 2008 (9:34 am) GMT
Foo Fighters are the frontrunner with two nods in the International ring while Delta Goddrem rules the Australian part.

have been named the international leading nominees in the 2008 MTV Australia Awards. Beside put under Live Performer category, the rock band are also vying for the coveted Music Video of the Year.

The Foos who embarked on an Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace Tour last year, will have to compete with four other acts to win the former gong. Those who become their competitions will be (I'm Not Dead Tour) and (Snow Jam) among some. Meanwhile, in latter nod, the Foos' video for "The Pretender" will have to compete against , and 's joint video "Ayo Technology" as well as 's "Happy Ending".

The event divide its awards categories into ten and on-line voting has been opened on the official site. Winners will be announced in a ceremony held at Sydney's Australian Technology Park on April 26. The voting will close one day before the actual event.

Australian-born singer is also nominated for the Australian Artist Music Award along with Silverchair, Sneaky Sound System, Operator Please and .

Partial Nominees of 2008 MTV Australia Awards:

Music Video of the Year:

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