Female acts dominated at Europe’s most prestigious pop awards this year , reversing last years heavily male winners list.
Dua Lipa came out on top winning the gongs for Best Album and Best British Female, using her acceptance speech to call for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to give NHS workers a pay rise. She also shared her delight at seeing more female performers at the awards and on the winner’s podium.
Billie Eilish took home the trophy for Best International Artist for the second year running , beating Taylor Swift, Cardi B, Miley Cyrus and Aria Grande. Possibly she is angling for a third win next year, saying, ‘This is an honour, The BRITs were so magical for me last year and I think about it all the time. Thank you so much, I miss you. I can’t until I can come back,’
Little Mix made history by becoming the first all-female band to win the Best British Group award. Hot on the heels of Leigh-Anne and Perrie’s pregnancy announcements, the former X Factor winners battled it out against the likes of The 1975 and Bicep for one of the night’s biggest accolades and pulled off a memorable victory.
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