The Hometown Glory Singer is up for gongs in the Best Female and Best Track categories at this year’s Q Awards.
Furthermore, demonstrating the strength of her second album 21, two of her awards come in the same category.
Indeed, Someone Like You, which the singer performed impeccably at the Brits is joined by Rolling in the Deep in the Best Track section.
There it will do battle with songs by US soul star Aloe Blacc, Foster the People and Sheffield-based rockers Arctic Monkeys.
The Best Female gong will give Adele a chance to exact revenge on PJ Harvey who pipped her to the Mercury Music Prize earlier this year.
Joining the pair on the list of nominations are Jessie J, Laura Marling and former Destiny’s Child star Beyonce Knowles.
The nominations top an unprecedented year of success for Adele who has dominated the charts on several occasions in 2011.
Indeed, the star is set to be entered into the Guinness Book of Records after 21 stayed at the top of the UK album charts for 11 consecutive weeks.
The album had several stays at the top and its cumulative total of 21 weeks will also enter the record books.
Adele, who also became the first woman to have two albums and two singles in the charts at the same time, was joined in the record books by Rihanna.
The Bajan singer has been recognised for her consistent popularity after becoming the first female act to have a UK number in five consecutive years from 2007 to 2011.