Jazz songstress Amy Winehouse has been shortlisted for the prestigious Nationwide Mercury Prize.
Winehouse's well received Back To Black album goes up against 10 other finalists including last year's winner Arctic Monkeys and 2003 winner Dizzee Rascal.
"Amy is really grateful for all the support and interest she has had for the album and is pleased to be shortlisted," said a spokesperson.
Bookmakers William Hill are predicting it will be either Winehouse or the Arctic Monkey's who will win and have made them joint 4/1 favourites.
The winner will be announced on 4 September.