Brit Awards Go Gaga
The singer walked away from the ceremony with ‘Best International Female Solo Artist’, ‘Best International Breakthrough Act’ and ‘Best International Album’ for The Fame.
JLS received the second largest haul of the night, picking up a pair of prizes for ‘British Breakthrough Act’ and ‘Best British Single’ for ‘Beat Again’.
Kasabian won the first Brit of their career with ‘Best British Group’, while Lily Allen was announced as ‘Best British Female Solo Artist’.
Meanwhile, Dizzee Rascal pipped Robbie Williams to win the coveted ‘Best British Male Solo Artist’ award, with fellow rapper Jay-Z winning the gong for ‘Best International Male Solo Artist’. Ellie Goulding was the recipient of the ‘Critics Choice Award’ and Florence and the Machine producer Paul Epworth took the ‘British Producer of the Year’ prize.
Following their duet with Rascal, Florence and the Machine scored the ‘Mastercard British Album’ trophy for debut Lungs.
The Spice Girls’ 1997 rendition of ‘Wannabe’ / ‘Who Do You Think You Are’ was named as the best Brits performance of the last 30 years, before Liam Gallagher accepted the ‘Brits Album of 30 Years’ gong on behalf of Oasis for (What’s The Story) Morning Glory?.
The ‘Outstanding Contribution to Music’ prize was awarded to Robbie Williams, who closed the event with an extended medley of his greatest hits.