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Plan B could take home two awards tonight

What is he nominated for?

Best Male Solo Artist and British Album of the Year for 'Ill Manors'

Ben Drew, also known as Plan B, arriving for the Mercury Prize last year Credit: PA

He was born and brought up in Forest Gate, East London. His debut single released in 2005 'Kidz' was inspired by the murder of Damilola Taylor. The song also featured in the soundtrack to the film Kidulthood in 2006.

Did you know? 'Ill Manors' is a soundtrack album to a film of the same name written and directed by Plan B. He has also starred in several films himself including Harry Brown and The Sweeney.

Jessie Ware in the running for Brit Awards tonight

What is she nominated for?

British Breakthrough Act and British Female Solo Artist.

Jessie Ware performs as part of the MENCAP Little Noise sessions at the St John-at-Hackney Church, Credit: PA

She released her debut solo single 'Strangest Feeling' in 2011, although the song did make it into the charts.

The 23-year old is best know for her 2012 song, 'wildest moments' and has sung with acts such as Joker and SBTRKT.

Did you know? She starts a UK tour later this year supported by Laura Mvula.

Paloma Faith up for two awards at this year's Brits

What is she nominated for?

Best Female Solo Artist and British Album of the Year for 'Fall From Grace.'

Paloma Faith attending the Bafta Awards, at the Royal Opera House in central London. Credit: PA

Paloma Faith released her debut single album 'Stone Cold Sober' in 2009.

She attended City and Islington College before completing a degree in 'Contemporary Dance.'

Did you know? She also appeared in an episode of the BBC police drama HolbyBlue in 2007.

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Rupert Everett set to return to West End

Rupert Everett. Credit: Nial Carson, PA

Rupert Everett will return to the West End next year, when "The Judas Kiss" transfers to the Duke of York's Theatre on St Martin's Lane. It's currently showing at the Hampstead Theatre.

Everett stars as Oscar Wilde in the production, which examine's the writer's relationship with his lover.

The actor, who has appeared in films like "My Best Friends Wedding" and "Shakespeare in Love" first appeared on the West End stage in the 1980s.

On London Tonight at 6pm: Katy Perry on her new film

Katy Perry. Credit: Reuters, Mario Anzuoni

London Tonight will be live on the red carpet at the European premier of Katy's Perry's new film later.

Katy Perry: Part of Me 3D is being described as "a rare glimpse into the pop sensation's life behind the cameras.....a backstage pass, front row seat and intimate look at the fun, glamorous, heartbreaking, inspiring, crazy, magical, passionate, and honest mad diary of Katy."

Join us at 6pm to see Katy chatting to our Entertainment Correspondent Lucrezia Millarini.

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