The 2020 BRITs came and went, bringing some of the biggest names in music to The O2 stage in London. Here’s what you missed.a
2020 BRITs Highlight: Billie Eilish Performs “No Time to Die”
Eilish continues to make 2020 her year. From her GRAMMY sweep to releasing her own theme for a Bond movie. Not only was she selected to perform the theme, but Eilish and brother FINNEAS performed the theme along with Hans Zimmer. Check out the video below.
Harry Styles Performed “Falling”
One of the most popular songs from Styles’ new album Fine Line, “Falling” took the world by storm at the end of last year. As he gears up for his 2020 tour, Styles took to the stage. As the water trickled down a grand piano, Styles sang the relatable, honest lyrics to the crowd.
Lewis Capaldi Won Song of the Year
In one of the biggest surprises of the year, Capaldi won Song of the Year for “Someone You Loved.” The track has now climbed up to more than a billion streams on Spotify and has topped the charts multiple times. Capaldi made the audience laugh, bringing his beer onto the stage to accept the award.
Tyler, The Creator won International Male Solo Artist
With an incredible 2019, Tyler, The Creator continued to impress by winning International Male Solo Artist at the 2020 BRITs. Even Harry Styles was shown cheering for the artist, who took to the stage to thank his fans, family and friends.
Mabel Performed “Don’t Call Me Up”
With almost a million views already, Mabel’s performance of “Don’t Call Me Up” was one of the most well-choreographed performances. Dancers scattered the stage as the screen showed colorful images that correlated the dancers scattered around the venue.
See the full winner list here.
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