The BRIT Awards returned for 2022 on Tuesday the 8th, celebrating and honouring some of the world’s greatest musicians. The ceremony was back in full swing with fireworks, flames, and an audience eager to enjoy every moment of being back in the O2.
Following an unforgettable night of incredible award acceptance speeches and incredible performances, here is the complete list of winners below…
Adele won three of the four main prizes at the Brit Awards on Tuesday night. The singer who won Artist of the Year, Album of the Year and Song of the Year for Easy on Me, also performed for the first time at the Brits since 2016.
Ed Sheeran got Songwriter of the Year and performed his song Bad Habits with rock group Bring Me The Horizon.
Little Simz won Best New Artist. It was the first time a TikTok public vote was used to determine the winners of the Alternative/Rock Act, Dance Act, Hip Hop/Grime/Rap Act, and Pop/R&B Act categories.
Dua Lipa won for Pop/R&B Act, Sam Fender for Alternative/Rock Act, Becky Hill for Dance, Wolf Alice for Group, Billie Eilish for International Artist of the Year, Little Simz for Best New Artist, Dave for Hip Hop/Grime/Rap Act, Silk Sonic/Bruno Mars/Anderson for Silk Sonic/Bruno Mars/Anderson for Silk Sonic Paak for International Group.
Holly Humberstone, who was awarded the Rising Star award in association with BBC Radio 1 and her impressive rise in 2021, completed the list of winners.
The night was the perfect opportunity to not only honour some of the best artists in the country and around the world, but also to remember where it all began for many of these musicians.
The BRIT Awards 2022 can be re-watched on YouTube; look for the #BRITsUnseen hashtag on YouTube Shorts for exclusive behind-the-scenes content.
In addition, for the first time, the BRITs have released their own NFT, Serenade, designed by West Midlands-born digital artist MRE. NFTs cost £10 GBP (approximately $13.50 USD) each. More information is available online.