Wed 22nd Feb at 6:00pm
The BRIT Awards 2017
@ The O2, London
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The BRIT Awards 2017: Ed Sheeran, Little Mix, The 1975, Robbie Williams, Emeli Sandé, Dermot O'Leary, Emma Willis
The biggest night in UK music is back, as The BRIT Awards with Mastercard heads to London's O2 Arena on February 22nd.
2017 will celebrate the Awards 37th show since its debut year in 1977 (which was followed by a short break of a couple of years). The BRIT Awards have established themselves as a global music institution that annually celebrates UK chart and commercial successes.
See www.brits.co.uk/ for a full list of the nominees and performers, plus your chance to vote for the British Artist Video of the Year!
Please note Michael Buble has unfortunately pulled out of hosting the show, and will be replaced by Dermot O'Leary and Emma Willis.
*Tickets can only be purchased using Mastercard*
This event takes place at The O2, which has achieved Gold Status for disabled access from Attitude Is Everything.
The Brit award-winning singer/songwriter from Suffolk who found fame by fusing traditional acoustic and folk melodies with hip hop beats, Sheeran has created an inimitable sound and built a massive legion of fans through his constant live gigging.
Sheeran made chart history at the beginning of 2017 by being the only artist to debut two brand new singles in the top two positions, with 'Castle Of You' reaching no.2 and 'Shape Of You' reaching no.1 simultaneously, along with each individual track from his '÷' album entering the top 20 of the singles chart.
He also achieved the prestigious UK Christmas no.1 spot in 2017 with 'Perfect', while the '÷' album had notched up sales of over 2 million by the end of 2017 and became the fastest-selling album by a UK male artist of all time.
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Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall became Little Mix in 2011. It seems almost a distant memory now that these girls won The X-Factor (and were the first ever group to do so, rather than a solo singer).
They have had four UK No.1 singles and four platinum albums, from the debut 'DNA' to 'Glory Days' and were presented with a plaque from their label in 2017 for total worldwide sales of 30 million. This makes them officially the biggest girl band since the Spice Girls. Aside from sales, they have also gained recognition, with a string of awards from MTV Europe, Choice, Glamour and 'Shout Out To My Ex' received a Brit for 'Best British Single'.
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Dark and far-reaching, reverential to 90s shoegaze yet constantly looking forward: The 1975's bombastic sound has gained them a haul of fans across the globe, and they continue to captivate audiences with their wintery, glitchy, melodic form of alternative rock.
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Since embarking on a solo career, Robbie has notched up a steady stream of hit singles and albums, and has collected numerous awards for his performances. Sing when he's winning? He's hardly stopped!
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A soul singer, songwriter, and pianist from Aberdeen whose treacle on gravel voice has made her hotly sought after as a collaborator by such artists as Chipmunk and Wiley. Smart, sussed, talented, entrepreneurial, shiningly engaging in the flesh, utterly transfixing on stage and unforgettable in her words and melodies, Emeli Sande is the epitome of the brilliant modern artist.
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Dermot O'Leary is a British-Irish broadcaster. Based in the UK, he is known as a television presenter for ITV and a radio presenter for BBC Radio 2. His credits include presenting The X Factor, Big Brothers Little Brother, T4 and Comic Relief.
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