With voting closed all the nominees have just 10 days to discover if they are winners in the Scottish Variety Awards 2013.
The competition was inundated with thousands of votes for the best new Scottish band or solo artist, company, comedian, restaurant, artist or designer, and the Evening Times' sponsored Best Up and Coming Scottish politician.
Last month, we revealed the nominees for this year's Awards.
Nicola Cassells, who sang at the Evening Times' Scotswoman Of The Year award ceremony last month, is nominated for Best Scottish Solo Artist.
Glasgow actress Sharon Rooney, now starring in E4's hit comedy My Mad Fat Diary, comic Mark Nelson, and musical theatre actress Jenny Douglas are also among the nominees.
There will also be an award for Outstanding Achievement.
The event, being held at the Crowne Plaza hotel, Glasgow, on March 23, is being backed by the Evening Times.
The awards, which started in 2008, are the brainchild of KJM Events managing director Keira MacDougall and TV presenter and musician Laura Marks.
All money raised from the evening, hosted by Capital FM's breakfast show duo Des Clarke and Jennie Cook, will go to Yorkhill Hospital, charity Debra, and Capital FM's Help A Capital Child charity.
For tickets, available as singles but costing £900 plus VAT for a table for 10, call 0141 353 5000, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Best New Scottish Comedian
Chris Forbes, right
Best New Scottish Company or Product
Island Bakery Organics
PG Organics – Natural Organic Perfume
Katy Rodger Artisan Yogurt
Best New Scottish Actor/Actress
Best New Scottish Artist/Designer
Best Up and Coming Scottish Politician (in association with Scottish Youth Parliament and Evening Times)
Lauren King MSYP
Louise Cameron MSYP
Jack Green MSYP
Terri Miller MSYP
Rae Cahill MSYP