With the return of live music comes the return of award shows, enter the 2021 BRITs, where some of musics biggest names celebrated their major achievements. Yesterday, the BRIT Awards took place in London at the O2 Arena.
From Harry Styles to HAIM to Taylor Swift, stars donned their best outfits and masks, eager to hear if they won one of the biggest awards in music yet.
Did you miss the awards? Here are 5 things we loved at the 2021 BRITs.
- While the award list is small, the winners are incredibly celebrated and pretty massive names
We loved the variety in this years awards and are excited to see what happens next. Check out the list of award winners at the 2021 BRITs below.
- Male Solo Artist: J Hus
- Female Solo Artist: Dua Lipa
- British Group: Little Mix
- British Single: ‘Watermelon Sugar’ – Harry Styles
- Breakthrough Artist: Arlo Parks
- International Female Solo Artist: Billie Eilish
- International Male Solo Artist: The Weeknd
- International Group: Haim
- Global Icon: Taylor Swift
- Mastercard Album: ‘Future Nostalgia’ – Dua Lipa
- Announced in March 2021 – Rising Star: Griff
- Coldplay’s opening performance could not have been more special. Performing their new single, “Higher Power,” the band performed on a boat, complete with hologram dancers and fireworks.
Watch the performance below!
- The awards inclusion of everyone, no matter how many fans they have or what attention they get.
The 2021 BRITs made it clear that music does not depend on race, gender, sexual orientation, religion or anything in between.
Check out a three minute recap below.
- Olivia Rodrigo’s performance at the 2021 BRITs… enough said. The outfit? The arrangement? We can’t get enough.
- And this one may be obvious, but the return of award shows and performances has us even more excited than ever. We loved the 2021 BRITs for bringing our favorite performers, artists and people we look up to, all under one roof. From Harry Styles’ insane suit to Taylor Swift’s glittering set, we know that a bit of normal life is finally around the corner.
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