Jewish musician Mark Ronson is up for the award for Best British Male Solo Artist, while Vampire Weekend, the New-York based band with a Jewish guitarist called Ezra Koenig, could win the International Group nod.
Actresses Lea Michele and Dianna Agron could also win as part of the Glee Cast in the International Breakthrough category.
To warm you up for this year's show on 15 February, take a look back at the Jewish stars who have graced Brit awards past.
Jewish actor Andrew Garfield has been nominated for this year's Bafta rising star award.
The half-British star, chosen as the next star of the Spiderman franchise, will soon be on screen alongside Keira Knightley and Carey Mulligan in the film version of the Kazuo Ishiguro novel Never Let Me Go.
Last month Mr Garfield was nominated for a Golden Globe for his role in The Social Network, about the founding of Facebook.
The film, written by Aaron Sorkin, has also been placed on the long-list of potential nominees for the 2011 Baftas.
A British Jewish film director has been honoured at the Boston Film Festival with its Visionary Filmmaker Award, presented last weekend.
Joshua Newton's film, Iron Cross, was the last film made by Jaws actor Roy Scheider - he died towards the end of filming.
Mr Newton, whose first full-length feature this is, directed, wrote and produced the thriller, in which Scheider stars as Joseph, a retired New York police officer and Holocaust survivor, who travels to Nuremberg following the death of his wife to reconcile with his son Ronnie (Scott Cohen).