Brit Awards 2016
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Brit Awards 2016 ceremony was held yesterday in London's O2 arena. In case you missed it, we bring you the list of all award winners and the performances.
The biggest night for British music scene - the annual Brit Awards 2016 were broadcasted and live streamed yesterday, 24th February from London's O2 arena. The ceremony was hosted by the TV duo Ant and Dec. The ceremony was in partnership with MasterCard. The award trophies for this year were designed by Scottish designer Pam Hogg. Brits Critics' Choice Award was given away in a pre-ceremony to Jack Garratt.
The first performance of the night was by Coldplay playing "Hymn for the weekend."
British Female Solo Artist: Adele. The award was presented by One Direction.
The second performance was reserved for Justin Bieber with the help of James Bay.
British Male Solo Artist: James Bay. The award was presented by Kylie Minogue.
International Group: Tame Impala.
Jess Glynne performed a medley of her hits.
British Single of the year: Adele - Hello. The song went to #1 in 26 countries and sold over 1 million copies in the 1st week of its release.
British Group: Coldplay.
James Bay, the British Male Solo Artist 2016 winner, performed a stripped down version of his hit "Hold back the river."
International Male Solo Artist: Justin Bieber. The award was presented by Major Lazer. Bieber is the only artist that had held the first three positions of UK singles chart with songs from same album in the same week.
Rihanna finally appeared somewhere to promote "ANTI". She performed a mash up of "Consideration" and "Work", with a surprise appearance of Drake.
British Breakthrough Act: Catfish and The Bottlemen. The award was presented by Cheryl and Nick Grimshaw.
Global Success Award: Adele.
Little Mix performed "Black Magic" on Brits stage.
International Female Solo Artist: Bjork.
Annie Lenox and Gary Oldman announced the David Bowie's tribute performance by Lorde and late David Bowie's band.
British Artist Video: One Direction - "Drag me down."
The Weeknd performed his amazing hit "The Hills."
MasterCard British Album: "25" by Adele.
Adele gave us the night's final performance, closing the show with her new single "When we were young."