Q Awards 2012 shortlist announced tomorrow (6 Sept) - plus here's Gotye & Hollie Cook votes...
The shortlist for the 2012 Q Awards will be announced tomorrow (6 September) - giving you the chance to say who will walk off with all the trophies at the ceremony on 22 October.
To have you say, simply head to Qthemusic.com/qawards2012 from 10am (BST) to cast your vote.
In the meantime, we asked some of the acts who might make the shortlist themselves who they would vote for, so here's Gotye and Hollie Cook's (above) personal short lists - see if they or their nominees make the cut, and have your say from 10am tomorrow:
Best New Act - Jonti
Best Track - Active Child's Hanging On
Best Album - The Chap's We Are Nobody
Best Live Act - tune-yArDs
Best Solo Artist - Sufjan Stevens
Best Act In The World Today - Tim & Eric
Best Video - Chairlift's Amanaemonesia
Hollie Cook's votes:
Best New Act - Sampha
Best Track - Man Like Me's Squeeze
Best Album - Santigold's Master Of My Make Believe
Best Live Act - Nneka
Best Solo Artist - Frank Ocean
Best Act In The World Today - Beyonce
Best Video - Rihanna's We Found Love
For the latest on this year's awards head to Qthemusic.com/qawards
3:32 PM | 05/09/2012
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