Last night’s Brit Awards were nothing short of amazing, to nobody’s surprise. But in case you missed even a second, we’ve got you covered. Here are our top moments of the 2017 Brit Awards:
Little Mix Performs “Shoutout To My Ex”
Talk about girl power. The fierce foursome of Little Mix wowed the audience with their electric – literally – performance of “Shoutout To My Ex”.
Little Mix Award for Best Single
And the girl power continues! We want to give a “Shoutout To Our Favorite Girls” for snagging their first ever Brit award for their #1 charting single. And after that live performance, we’ve never been more proud to root for a group of fabulous ladies.
The 1975 “The Sound Performance”
A performance that divided an entire audience (not really). But it did cause some heads to turn when ITV claimed the broadcast was hacked to display the iconic title cards from The 1975’s music video for the song they were performing. However it was accomplished, we loved this performance from start to finish. And congrats to the band for winning their first ever Brit award for Best British Group!
Beyonce Wins International Female Artist
After what many fans described as a full on snub at last week’s Grammy Awards, Beyonce came back to win the Brit for International Female Solo Artist. Although she was unable to make the event, we can all breathe a little easier knowing Queen Bey was given a bit more gratification than what the world saw earlier this month.
David Bowie Wins Multiple Posthumous Awards
It’s only been a little over a year and the world is still very much mourning the loss of music icon David Bowie. And with the release of his later works after his death, many are continuing to recognize how much talent was truly lost. In memory and appreciation for the late artist, Bowie was given the awards for British Album of the Year and British Male Solo Artist.
One Direction Wins Fourth Best British Video Award
As official breakup rumors circle around One Direction‘s hiatus, there is still an overwhelming support system within their fans. Last night the boys won their fourth consecutive Brit award for “Best British Video” for the 2016 single “History”, which was accepted by Liam Payne on behalf of the remaining four members.
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