Although some categories remain from the inaugural awards - which took place in April - the ceremony, which celebrates artists' use of the internet and online media to reach their fans, five new categories have been added, submitted by fans.
These include the Oops! I Did It Online award - where celebrities who have shared a little too much with the world are against each other - Best Artist with a Cameraphone, Best Web Born Artist, Best Vintage Viral Video and Best Lyrics Video.
Online fan armies will also battle it out against each other, with Tokio Hotel's 'Aliens', taking on Lady Gaga's 'Little Monsters', Adam Lambert's 'Glamberts, Justin Bieber's 'Beliebers', Insane Clown Posse's 'Juggalos', Iron Maiden's 'Troopers', Demi Lovato's 'Lovatics', Taylor Swift's 'Taylor Nation', Nicki Minaj's 'Barbiez' and Lil Wayne's Team Weezy.
The O Music Awards will be streamed live on the internet at the awards' website, as well as MTV.com, VH1.com, CMT.com, LogoTV.com and MTVHive.com. Fans can vote for who should win the awards at OMUsicAwards.com.
Part list of nominations for the second O Music Awards:
Fan Army FTW
Tokio Hotel 'Aliens'
Lady Gaga 'Little Monsters'
Adam Lambert 'Glamberts'
Justin Bieber 'Beliebers'
Insane Clown Posse 'Juggalos'
Iron Maiden 'Troopers'
Demi Lovato 'Lovatics'
Taylor Swift 'Taylor Nation'
Nicki Minaj 'Barbiez'
Lil Wayne 'Team Weezy'
Must Follow Artist On Twitter
Best Vintage Viral Video
Dolly Parton, 'Jolene,' That Good Ole Nashville Music
Notorious B.I.G., Freestyling, Brooklyn, NY
Digital Genius Award
Best Lyrics Video
Joe Jonas, 'See No More'
Lenny Kravitz, 'Stand'
Christina Perri, 'Arms'
Best Web-Born Artist
Too Much Ass For TV
Foo Fighters, 'Hot Buns'
Big Freedia, 'Ya'll Get Back Now'
Mr. Ghetto, 'Walmart'
The Weeknd, 'Wicked Games'
Marilyn Manson, 'Born Villain'
Warm Ghost, 'Open The Wormhole In Your Heart'
Scissor Sisters, 'Invisible Light'
The Shivers, 'Two Solitudes'
Jane's Addiction, 'End To The Lies'
The Floacist, 'Let Me'
Most Outrageous Tweet
Tyler, The Creator
Oops! I Did It Online
Best Artist With A Cameraphone
Portugal. The Man
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