It was an eventful evening at the BRIT Awards 2016 and an emotional one too. As predicted there was some swearing but the potty-mouthed artist was not Rihanna, instead our very own Adele proved to be quite rude when emotional. The artist was in tears when she won the award for British Female Artist and managed to get a few swear words out there and giving the producers a seizure in the process.
The event was also emotional with a special award being given to late David Bowie and a not so bad tribute performance from Lorde.
But without further ado the full list of winners is below:
British Male Solo Artist – James Bay (Presented By Kylie Minogue)
British Group – Coldplay (Presented By Simon Pegg)
International Female Solo Artist – Bjork (Presented By Craig David And Fleur East)
British Female Artist – Adele (Presented By Liam And Louis One Direction)
Brits Global Success Award (Identified By The Global Success Of British Acts Of Their Latest Project/Album. Sales Achieved In The Period 1 January 2015-31 December 2015) – Adele(Presented By Tim Peake)
International Male Solo Artist – Justin Bieber (Presented By Major Lazer)
British Single (Top Ten British Singles Based On Overall Sales Success In The Calendar Year Are Automatically Nominated. Supported By Capital Fm And Google Play) – Adele ‘Hello’(Presented By Simon Le Bon And Suki Waterhouse)
International Group – Tame Impala (Presented By Henry Cavill And Jourdan Dunn)
British Breakthrough Act (Top 5 Selected By Voting Academy. Winner Identified By Public Vote Promoted By Brits.Co.Uk And Bbc Radio 1) – Catfish And The Bottlemen (Presented By Nick Grimshaw And Cheryl)
British Artist Video Of The Year (Top 10 Identified By Youtube Views. Public Vote Online To Identify Shortlist Of 5. Winner Identified During Live Social Vote During The Show) – One Direction (Presented By Alan Carr And Lianne La Havas)
Mastercard British Album Of The Year (Supported By The Sun Bizarre Column) – Adele ’25’ (Presented By Mark Ronson)
Critics’ Choice – Jack Garratt (Already Presented At Brits Launch)
British Producer Of The Year – Charlie Andrew (Presented Previously At The Mpg Awards)