Pop Star Lily Allen

Lily Allen is considering snubbing the BRITs, because she is scared she won't win any awards.The outspoken singer - who has been nominated for British Female Solo Artist, British Breakthrough Act, Master Card British Album and British Single - became paranoid about her chances of success when she was replaced on the performing bill for the ceremony by rival Amy Winehouse. A source told Britain's The Sun newspaper: "Lily is seriously considering staying away from the BRITs. She has a lot of commitments abroad so would have to make a special effort to fly in just for the day to go to the event. She was thrilled to be nominated in some many categories but many experts think she could lose out in all four."As soon as she was replaced by Amy Winehouse on the roster of performers,people started saying, 'There's no way she will win British Female Solo Artist now - it will go to Winehouse.' "Lily's record company are said to be worried that the 21-year-old Lily, could react badly on the night if she fails to scoop any accolades. She faces stiff competition in the Master Card British Album category, for which she has received a nod for her hit debut 'Alright, Still', and British Single, for which she has been short listed for 'Smile'. The source added: "The Best Album category is so tough this year and she's got little chance of beating the Artic Monkeys."Best single is likely to go to Leona Lewis or Take That, and The Kooks are favourites to pick up the Newcomer award."The winners will be announced at London's Earls Court on February 14, with the show being broadcast live on television for the first time in almost 20 years.