Our prizes are a Brit of a winner; MUSIC WITH DEBBIE JOHNSON.
There's always some daft pop shenanigans going on though and it's bound to be fun to watch, if only for the "more money than taste" comments about the outfits.
This week, you can win signed CDs from Brit Award artists, plus a Samsung mobile phone courtesy of BT Cellnet, the official text partner for the awards.
We've teamed up with them to offer pop fans the chance to win a little bit of Brit Awards pop history - plus a mobile.
Our first prize winner gets a BT Cellnet Pay and Go Samsung A300 phone and a Brit Pack, with a selection of CDs and T-shirts signed by the nominees for the 2002 Best Pop Act - Kylie, Westlife, Hear'say and S Club 7.
A second prize winner will receive a Brit Pack with signed Tshirts and CDs from the Brit artists Turin Breaks and Atomic Kitten.
The two runners-up get a Samsung A300 BT Cellnet Pay and Go, with dual screen technology that helps you decide who you want to speak to.
If you want to receive upto-theminute Brit Awards news and gossip by text message, call 0906 1119097 and register your number. Calls cost pounds 1.50 per minute from a landline, average call duration one minute. Charges vary if you're calling from a mobile.
To be in with a chance of winning, just tell me your favourite choice for Best Pop Act - whether they've been nominated or not - and why.
Answers to Brits/BT Comp, Debbie Johnson, Liverpool ECHO, PO Box 48, Old Hall Street, Liverpool, L69 3EB, by Friday.
You can also visit www. txtvoting. com for details, ringtones, icons and celebrity voicemails.
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Feb 15, 2002|
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