The 2020 BRITs took place on Tuesday evening at the O2 Arena, with the biggest names in British music in attendance to find out who has been awarded the prestigious prizes, with the event broadcasted to millions of viewers across the country. As expected, there were plenty of photographers to capture the best snaps from the evening, we’ve taken a look at some of the best…
Jack Whitehall hosted the awards again, and once again provided us with plenty of laughs. Here he is pictured before the evening got underway.
Niall's Simon Cowell look
Niall Horan joined Whitehall on the red carpet and appeared to take some fashion inspiration from Simon Cowell!
Fresh from her Masked Singer triumph as Queen Bee, Nicola Roberts ditched the mask and turned up at the O2 in a wonderful green dress.
Music royalty arrive
Ronnie Wood, Kenney Jones and Rod Stewart were all smiles before the evening began.
Best Group Foals turn up
Foals won the award for Best Group on the evening. Here are the stylish lads before learning of their triumph.
Maya gets Diana comparison
Maya Jama got comparisons to Princess Diana for her outfit on Tuesday – she certainly made a point to former partner Stormzy.
Harry Styles arrived wearing a black ribbon on his jacket in tribute to Caroline Flack.
Father and son Martin and Roman Kemp pose on the red carpet.
Michelle Keegan was next to turn up and pose for pictures.
Paloma's eye-catching hat
Paloma Faith wore a cream floral dress and a huge hat which caught the eye for all the right reasons.
Mabel opens the show
Mabel bagged herself the Female Solo Artist award – here she is performing to open the show.
Lewis wins his first BRIT
Lewis Capaldi claimed the first award of the evening and took his beer up on stage with him!
Next to take to the stage was Harry Styles. The audience was loving his ‘Falling’ performance!
Billie Eilish gave an emotional speech after winning the Best International Female award. She also gave us a stunning performance.
Lizzo lost out to Billie Eilish for the Best International Female award, but she was one of the highlights of the evening. Joking with Jack Whitehall and Harry Styles throughout, her medley went down a treat.
Stormzy smashes it again
Stormzy is becoming known for his memorable BRIT performances, and he was at it again on Tuesday!
Tyler, The Creator accepts his award
Tyler, the Creator, was among the winners on the evening and he even had time to ‘thank’ Theresa May in his acceptance speech!
Best Male Solo Artist
Stormzy once again won the Best Male Solo Artist at the BRITs, and the O2 Arena was delighted.
Dave made quite the impression at the BRITs. He brought up issues of racism and equality in a politically charged performance, before winning the Album of the Year award moments later!
Lewis wins again
Lewis Capaldi won Song of the Year for his hit single ‘Someone You Loved’. He was presented with the award by Tom Jones and gave another memorable speech.
Closing the show
Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood and Kenney Jones regrouped to close off the ceremony, and their performance went down a treat!