The Brit Awards 2020

The Brit Awards 2020

The 40th Brit Awards graced our TV screens last night, and we can’t stop talking about it at ASPR!

Hosted by Jack Whitehall for the second year running, the Brits had even more glitz and glam, surprises and memorable moments than ever before. We watched the host mistake Harry Styles’ sister for his new love interest (oops!) and we also finally learnt that Lewis Capaldi’s Best Song winner “Someone you Loved” is actually not about current Love Island contestant Paige Turley, but about his late Grandmother, who would’ve known!?

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Onto what really matters, to us, anyway… The Fashion

From Lizzo wearing a custom Moschino dress designed to look like a chocolate bar wrapper to Billie Eilish sporting a head-to-toe Burberry ensemble (even down to her nails, yes, really), the outfits and fashion statements at the Brits this year did not disappoint.

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Favourite looks:

Choosing just one favourite look from this year’s ceremony is no easy choice, but we have managed to whittle in down to three UNFORGETTABLE outfits:


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Before opening the show, the Best Female Solo artist stunned in a red Moschino number, just one of her three looks of the evening!

Ashley Roberts

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The Pussycat Dolls member showed off her midriff in a 90s-inspired look, wearing a dazzling crop top and floor-length skirt.

Maya Jama

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Oozing elegance, Maya paired her black velvet gown with matching gloves and statement earrings.

The Performances:

This year, the Brits gave us a huge mix of performers, with Mabel opening the show with her single Don’t Call Me Up and Sir Rod Stewart closing it alongside former band mates Kenney Jones and Ronnie Wood.

Billie Eilish, her brother Finneas, Hans Zimmer and Johnny Marr, debuted “No Time to Die” the new James Bond soundtrack; which showed off her incredible vocals in a dramatic and dark performance with a full orchestra.

After scooping up Best Male Artist for the second time, Stormzy, once again delivered a powerful performance, this time 10-minutes long. Compromising of a gospel choir and n abundance of guest performers, Stormzy’s return the Brits stage was nothing short of memorable.

Mandatory Credit: LONDON, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 18: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) Stormzy (C) performs during The BRIT Awards 2020 at The O2 Arena on February 18, 2020 in London, England. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

The Real Party Starts

After hours of singing and dancing to nine show-stopping performances, the celebrities didn’t stop there… and who can blame them!? Off they went to the after-parties, at The Chiltern Firehouse, The Standard Hotel and The Ned. Many of the ceremony’s guests and performers carried on into the early hours, as well as arrivals from some more A-Listers, including Kendall Jenner and Irina Shayk!

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We are certain there were some sore heads this morning, we know Greg James was suffering, seeing as he didn’t even turn up for his BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show after his night of heavy partying!

Here at ASPR, we have been loving following the award season and are so sad it’s coming to an end!

Let us know who your favourite looks were from the Brits 2020 and what your favourite performance was via Instagram and Twitter @alexsilverpr. We can’t wait to hear what you think!





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