BRIT Awards 2013: Live Results
Live update of the Brit Award 2013 results and performances as they come!
After an epic opening from ‘Best British Group’ nominee Muse, the show kicks of with the first award of the night, ‘British Female Solo Artist’.
International country-pop princess Taylor Swift takes the stage to present the ‘Best British Female’ award to Emeli Sandé! Her first win tonight out of a possible three!
Rocking a monochrome cloak to match the stage, the brilliant Robbie Williams takes the stage to perform hit single ‘Candy’ from his ninth studio album, Take the Crown. He reveals a bright blue, but well-tailored three-piece suit, and rocka the stage!
Berenice Marlohe & Simon Pegg take the stage to present very shocked but humble Mumford & Sons their award for ‘Best British Group’.
Presented by Radio 1 Breakfast Show host Nick Grimshaw, the ‘Best british Breakthrough’ award goes to Ben Howard.
Justin Timberlake takes the stage to perform his brand new single ‘Mirrors’, from his upcoming third studio album, The 20/20 Experience.
Last years ‘Best British Male’ winner Ed Sheeran takes the stage to present the same award to Ben Howard. His second win for the night!
Dermot O’Leary and Sharon Osbourne take the stage to present the ‘Best International Female’ award to last year’s ‘International Breakthrough Act’ winner Lana Del Rey.
BRIT Award 2013 host James Corden invites One Direction on stage to perform their Comic Relief 2013 single, ‘One Way or Another’.
Gymnast/Olympian Louis Smith and comedienne Jack Whitehall take the stage to present the ‘Best British Live Act’ award to Coldplay.
Olympian Tom Daley and Jonathan Ross present the ‘Best Bristish Single’ to Adele for the epic James Bond 2013 theme tune ‘Skyfall’. Unable to pick up her award at the live show, the 21 singer leaves a message from LA.
Taylor Swift takes the stage to perform ‘I Knew You Were Trouble’. Rocking a white old fashioned dress the star starts off her performance angelic, surrounded by tamed dancers and snow. She then strips of the dress to reveal a black lacey playsuit as the stage takes on a fiery look; fully representing the song!
Rock star Dave Grohl comes on stage to present the ‘Best International Group’ to The Black Keys, who swept up the 55th Grammys earlier this month.
Two time BRIT Award winner takes the stage to perform his song ‘Only Love’, from his debut studio album Every Kingdom.
Stunning British supermodel Jourdan Dunn presents ‘Best International Male’ to Frank Ocean.
This year’s Special Recognition award goes to War Child UK, a charity dedicated to improving lives across the world.
As the night draws to an end two time BRIT Award winners and more recently Grammy winners Mumford & Sons take the stage to perform ‘I Will Wait’.
British musician Bryan Ferry, takes the stage to present the biggest and last award of the night, ‘Best British Album of the Year’ to Emeli Sandé for her debut Our Version of Events.
The second inaugural award of the night goes to One Direction for ‘Global Success’, a brand new category in the prestigious British music award ceremony.
The talented and divine Emeli Sandé closes the show with a performance of her latest single ‘Clown’, after an applause from the crowd the songstress steps up from her piano and goes straight into her hit single ‘Next To Me’, which has recently been remixed with Kendrick Lamar.