BRIT Awards 2017
The music industry stars flocked to the O2, London last night to celebrate the nominees and winners of the Brit awards 2017. The show was filled with great speeches and even better performances from Katy Perry, Ed Sheeran and Skepta, The 1975, Emeli Sande, Robbie Williams and Coldplay’s Chris martin gave a special tribute to George Michael.
Here are all the deserving winners!
The late, great David Bowie posthumously won Best British Album for ‘Blackstar’ and Best British Male Solo Artist.
Adele took home the Global success award.
Drake won Best International Male and accepted by VT as he is currently on tour. He just played two sold out shows at 3Arena Dublin, with fantastic reviews, and he even shared some… interesting photos from the show on his Instagram page.
Queen B, Beyonce won Best International Female and A Tribe called Quest took home Best International Group.
One Direction took home the award for Best British Video for ‘History’, with Liam Payne accepting on the behalf of the whole band and stated “This is amazing, thank you so much. I know I speak on behalf of the rest of the boys when I say we can’t believe we’re still winning these. Thank you very very much.”
The wonderful Emeli Sandé won Best British Female Solo Artist. Here she is accepting her award.
After selling out the Olympia Theatre for this March, she returns to Dublin to play 3Arena on Friday 27 October. Get your tickets here.
Best British group went to The 1975, check out how happy they were to receive it:
The guys also lit up social media with their performance. During the performance the ‘hate’ they have received on social media over the course of their career was displayed on screen and in the arena.
The 1975 return to Ireland this summer playing Belsonic, at Ormeau Park on Friday 16 June and Malahide Castle on Saturday 17 June. Get your tickets here.
Little Mix took home their first Brit award for Best Single for ‘Shout Out To My Ex’. The girls come to Irish shores in October Playing 3Arena, Dublin on Monday 6 November. Then on to The SSE Arena, Belfast for two nights on Tuesday 7 November and Wednesday 8 November. General tickets are sold out, but a limited number of VIP tickets for 8 November in Belfast are still available here.
Robbie Williams received the Icon Award. He plays the Aviva stadium in June, but tickets have all sold out.