With three nominations, Amy Winehouse is among the favorites to collect a gong at the 53rd Ivor Novello Awards, to be held May 22 at London's Grosvenor House Hotel.

The British singer is nominated twice in the category for best song musically and lyrically, for "Love Is A Losing Game" and "You Know I'm No Good." The other nominee in that category is Ben's Brother's "Let Me Out," which was penned by Rosi Golan and Jamie Hartman, and published in Britain by Reverb Music Ltd.

Winehouse, who is represented by EMI Music Publishing, has another chance in the best-selling British song section, with her hit "Rehab," which took out the best contemporary song award last year.

This time, "Rehab" will face-off against Beyonce & Shakira's "Beautiful Liar" and Mika's "Grace Kelly." "Beautiful Liar" was written by Ian Dench/Mikkel Eriksen/Amanda Ghost/Tor Erik Hermansen/Beyonce Knowles, and is published in the U.K. by Sony/ATV Music Publishing/Bucks Music Group/EMI Music Publishing. "Grace Kelly" was penned by Jodi Marr/John Merchant/Mika/Dan Warner and published in Britain by Sony/ATV Music Publishing/Rondor Music International/Universal Music Publishing

The lunchtime gala, affectionately known as the "Ivors," will be presented by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters, in association with the Performing Right Society.

The awards, which celebrate the achievements of the best British composers and musicians from 2007, are judged either by a panel of BACS members or on sales and broadcast performance.