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Possible Nominees of 2010 MTV Video Music Awards

July 14, 2010 (3:03 am) GMT
Britney Spears, Ke$ha and Katy Perry are listed in three categories, while Lady GaGa, Justin Bieber and Rihanna appear in two fields.
Possible Nominees of 2010 MTV Video Music Awards

A list mentioning possible contenders for some categories of this year's MTV Video Music Awards has just been found. , and appear in three categories, while the likes of , , and are listed in two.

The rumored nominations are obtained from a BreatheHeavy member who claims as the one working at MTV. The source on the publication claims further that "the official site [MTV] with all the nominees and information to be released at the weekend."

If BreatheHeavy can be trusted, Spears will battle against GaGa, Ke$ha, Perry and & The Scene in Best Female Video. The "Circus" singer will once again face off Perry in Best Pop Video along with , and . Also, she is up for Best Video (That Should Have Won a Moonman).

Furthermore, the top honor Video of the Year is rumored to have Perry and Ke$ha competing against GaGa, and . In Best New Artist category, meanwhile, Ke$ha reportedly will go head-to-head with , , and .

2010 MTV Video Music Awards will be aired live on September 12 from the Gibson Amphitheatre, in Los Angeles, California.

Video of the Year:

Best Male Video: Best Female Video: Best New Artist: Best Pop Video: Best Rock Video: Best Hip-Hop Video: Best Video (That Should Have Won a Moonman):

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