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June 2019
BRITs 2019

The 1975 won big at this year's BRIT Awards, taking home Best Group and Album of the Year

Elsewhere Calvin Harris, Jorja Smith and George Ezra also won.
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Published: 10:40 pm, February 20, 2019
The 1975 won big at this year's BRIT Awards, taking home Best Group and Album of the Year

The 1975 dominated this year's BRIT Awards, taking home the big prizes for Best Group and Album of the Year for the first part of their Music For Cars project 'A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships'.

Using their first acceptance speech to highlight misogyny in music, the band also performed 'Sincerity Is Scary', complete with Matty Healy's increasingly iconic knitted rabbit hat as sported in the song's video and on tour.

Elsewhere, Calvin Harris took home Best Single alongside Dua Lipa for 'One Kiss', as well as the Producer of the Year award, while George Ezra won Best Male Solo Artist and Jorja Smith was awarded Best Female Solo Artist.

The three international awards were taken by The Carters, Drake and Ariana Grande, while Little Mix won Best Video for 'Woman Like Me'. Tom Walker took with Best Breakthrough.

You can check out our live updates from the night here, and see the full list of winners below.

British Female Solo Artist


Anne-Marie
Florence + The Machine
Jess Glynne
Jorja Smith - WINNER

Lily Allen

British Male Solo Artist


Sam Smith
Craig David
Aphex Twin
Giggs
George Ezra - WINNER


British Breakthrough Artist


Ella Mai
Idles
Jorja Smith
Mabel
Tom Walker - WINNER


British Group


Arctic Monkeys
Gorillaz
Little Mix
The 1975 - WINNER

Years & Years

British Album


Anne-Marie, Speak Your Mind
Florence + The Machine, High As Hope
George Ezra, Staying At Tamara’s
Jorja Smith, Lost & Found
The 1975, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships - WINNER


International Group


Brockhampton
First Aid Kit
Nile Rodgers & Chic
The Carters - WINNER

Twenty One Pilots

International Female Solo Artist


Ariana Grande - WINNER

Camila Cabello
Cardi B
Christine & The Queens
Janelle Monae

International Male Solo Artist


Drake - WINNER

Eminem
Kamasi Washington
Shawn Mendes
Travis Scott

British Single of the Year


Anne-Marie, 2002
Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa, One Kiss - WINNER

Clean Bandit feat. Demi Lovato, Solo
Dua Lipa, IDGAF
George Ezra, Shotgun
Jess Glynne, I’ll Be There
Ramz, Barking
Rudimental feat. Jess Glynne/Macklemore/Dan Caplen, These Days
Sigala and Paloma Faith, Lullaby
Tom Walker, Leave A Light On

British Video of the Year


Anne-Marie, 2002
Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa, One Kiss
Clean Bandit feat. Demi Lovato, Solo
Dua Lipa, IDGAF
Jax Jones feat. Ina Wroldsen, Breathe
Jonas Blue feat. Jack and Jack, Rise
Liam Payne and Rita Ora, For You (Fifty Shades Freed)
Little Mix feat. Nicki Minaj, Woman Like Me - WINNER

Rita Ora, Let You Love Me
Rudimental feat. Jess Glynne/Macklemore/Dan Caplen, These Days

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