It is easily one of the most raucous nights in the UK showbiz calendar.
And the BRIT Awards did not disappoint on Tuesday evening, as the stars put on a wild display while departing the various after-parties – including the big record label bashes – Warner, Sony and Universal, held at The Chiltern Firehouse, The Standard Hotel and The Ned respectively, as well as a party at the O2 Intercontinental Hotel.
Leading the way was Abbey Clancy, who has become well-known for her raucous BRITs behaviour, as she larked around in her cab home, while she was joined by a very animated Michelle Keegan, followed on by a host of stars of the evening including Harry Styles, Lizzo, Irina Shayk and Jack Whitehall.
Woohoo! And the BRIT Awards did not disappoint on Tuesday night, as the stars put on a wild display while departing the various after-parties – including the big record labels bashes, Warner, Sony and Universal
Abbey looked sensational in a strapless gown as she left the bash, yet seemed to have overindulged as she was bleary-eyed and struggling to keep her hair in place.
Looking every inch the silver sensation, Michelle staggered to her cab while beaming and flashing peace signs at cameras in an animated and super-playful display.
Clearly revelling in his successful evening, Lewis Capaldi took his celebrations from the stage – where he was swigging Buckfast Tonic Wine, a caffeinated fortified wine originally made by monks – to the parties, during which he put on a particularly bleary-eyed display.
Cheers! Michelle was fondly greeting paps as she was leaving the party in a super animated display
Sparkle like Michelle in a Galia Lahav gown
Michelle Keegan turned heads on the BRIT Awards red carpet in this gorgeous Galia Lahav gown.
Styled by Kelvin Barron for the occasion, Michelle Keegan opted for a piece by the very same designer who created her wedding dress back in 2015 – how romantic!
We love the all-over sequin, and that daring plunge neckline certainly adds some drama to the piece.
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Kelvin accessorised Michelle’s glitzy gown with an Atelier Swarovski clutch, Sophia Webster heels and rings from Sif Jakobs.
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Time for bed girls? Michelle and Abbey grappled with their gowns while stepping out of the party
It was a case of exes for Kendall Jenner, Harry Styles, Stormzy and Maya Jama.
Stormzy, 26, who had picked up the award for Best Male Solo Artist in front of the star-studded audience earlier in the night, attended the Warner x CÎROC after party at Chiltern Firehouse with a legion of stars – including his ex-girlfriend Maya.
Harry and Kendall meanwhile, were spotted inside The Box having a chat before making brightly coloured departures.
Ex-Factor! Harry Styles was leaving The Box ahead of his ex Kendall Jenner, with whom he was putting on a sweet display in the party
Double celebrations! Mabel told her followers ‘it’s my birthday’ as she posed up a storm in the back of her car on the way to the party
Here he is! Stormzy donned an all-white Dior ensemble as he arrived at Chiltern Firehouse for the Warner x CÎROC after party
Storm-zy in a teacup: Maya made a reference to her ‘toxic ex’ when she shared this MTV meme on Instagram Stories on Tuesday after watching her ex at the BRITs
Snapshots: Inside the bash, the star posed up a storm as he settled into a VIP area of the party
Ellie Goulding risked a wardrobe malfunction in her perilously placed gown, made up of patchwork appliques, under which she only wore lingerie and went braless, in an eye-popping display.
Lewis, Stormzy and Billie Eilish led the winners in a largely male dominated BRIT Awards shortlist. Lewis, 23, claimed two awards from four nominations, triumphing in the categories for New Artist and Song of the Year.
The latter nomination was awarded for hit single Someone You Loved, a track Capaldi insisted was written for his late grandmother – not former girlfriend and current Love Island star Paige Turley.
The man of the hour! Jack Whitehall – who won praise for hosting the evening – was ready to be quiet
Uh oh! Ellie risked a wardrobe malfunction in her perilously placed gown, made up of patchwork appliques, under which she only wore lingerie and went braless, in an eye-popping display
Accepting his award, the grime star was quick to reference the gender disparity at this year’s ceremony by thanking the team of ‘brilliant women’ who form his management team.
Rising superstar Billie Eilish, 18, received a nod in the International Female Solo Artist category alongside the likes of Lizzo and Ariana Grande. And after performing new James Bond soundtrack No Time To Die live for the first time, she claimed her first BRIT Award from former Spice Girl Mel C.
Despite Billie’s success, only four nominations out of a possible 25 in the categories which are not gender-specific featured women.
Wahey! Clearly revelling in his successful evening, Lewis Capaldi took his celebrations from the stage – where he was swigging Buckfast Tonic Wine, a caffeinated fortified wine originally made by monks – to the parties, during which he put on a particularly bleary-eyed display
Here come the boys! Hot on the heels of their reunion news, the JLS boys left the party in bleary-eyed style
March of the models! Bella Hadid left the swanky Standard alongside a host of stars
There were no female performers included in the shortlists for best group or album awards, although English singer Mabel, 23, was nominated for three awards and ultimately claimed one of the biggest of the night – Best British Female Artist.
Elsewhere Dave’s excellent Psychodrama beat stiff competition to win Best Album ahead of Stormzy’s new release Heavy Is The Head, Michael Kiwanuka’s self-titled LP Harry Styles’ Fine Line and Lewis Capaldi’s Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent.
Oxford based band Foals won Best Group after a return to the spotlight with their conceptual, two-part Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost. The group beat Bastille, Bring Me The Horizon, Coldplay and D-Block Europe to the honour on Tuesday night.
Warner-ing! Lizzo looked sensational as she stepped out on The Chiltern Firehouse
Low-key departure: Naomi Campbell left The Box in a swanky car with a male companion
Stepping out… Anne-Marie and Charli XCX made leggy departures and arrivals from the party
Winner: Billie Eilish was keen to celebrate her Best International Female Artist win when she stepped out at the Universal afterparty at The Ned, London
Taking it global, innovative rapper Tyler, The Creator beat Bruce Springsteen, Burna Boy, Dermot Kennedy and Post Malone in the category for International Male Solo Artist.
The lack of nominations in for female artists comes despite a major overhaul of the Brits’ voting academy in 2017 to make it more gender balanced and diverse, with hundreds of new members invited to join the pool.
The awards are voted for by around 1,500 people from across the UK music industry including journalists, record label employees and musicians.
The rising star winner was announced as Celeste late last year, while the producer of the year will be announced at a later date. The international group and video categories were axed by organisers this year.
Lady in red: Ex On The Beach star Georgia Harrison and Strictly’s Saffron Barker went for near-identical looks as they made unlikely appearances at the music-centric event
Mama’s big night out! In 2017, Abbey famously enjoyed a raucous night on the town at the BRITs
BRIT Awards 2020: ALL THE WINNERS
British Male Solo Artist
British Female Solo Artist
Song Of The Year
Lewis Capaldi – Someone You Loved (WINNER)
Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber – I Don’t Care
Mabel – Don’t Call Me Up
Calvin Harris and Rag’n’Bone Man – Giant
Dave featuring Burna Boy – Location
Mark Ronson featuring Miley Cyrus – Nothing Breaks Like A Heart
AJ Tracey – Ladbroke Grove
Tom Walker – Just You And I
Sam Smith and Normani – Dancing With A Stranger
Stormzy – Vossi Bop
Bring Me The Horizon
D Block Europe
British Album Of The Year
Dave – Psychodrama (WINNER)
Stormzy – Heavy Is The Head
Michael Kiwanuka – Kiwanuka
Lewis Capaldi – Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent
Harry Styles – Fine Line
International Male Solo Artist
Tyler, The Creator (WINNER)
International Female Solo Artist
Billie Eilish (WINNER)
Lana Del Rey
Lewis Capaldi (WINNER)
Source: Daily Mail