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Billie Eilish performs on stage at the Brit Awards 2020 in London

Our fave moments from the Brit Awards

We saw the likes of Rod Stewart, Billie Eilish, Harry Styles, Mabel and the 'Scottish Beyonce' Lewis Capaldi

By The Telegraph
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Bond debut: The live debut of the theme song from the upcoming James Bond film No Time To Die was made at the O2 Arena in London on Tuesday evening. A riveting performance from Billie Eilish was made memorable by her brother’s (Finneas) skills at the piano. Hans Zimmer, Bond score composer, conducted the orchestra.
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Chilling performance: Harry Styles gave an emotional rendition of his ballad Falling. And he sounded like a man who had lost someone, giving the performance a chilling quality. On the red carpet he was seen wearing a black ribbon, typically a symbol of mourning. He probably wore it in tribute to the late British TV host Caroline Flack, who he previously dated.
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Rod the Mod: Legendary rockstar Rod Stewart brought the evening to a close with a reunion with The Faces. “Jack, I’m gonna do this one for your mum, Hilary,” Stewart said to Brit Awards host Jack Whitehall’s mother, whom Whitehall joked was “throwing herself” at Rod earlier in the night. The 75-year-old then broke into the classic weeper I Don’t Want to Talk About It. Soon he brought out his friends Ronnie Wood and Kenney Jones for a little reunion of The Faces which presented Stay With Me, complete with some classic Roddy dance moves.
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30 years after: Remember Neneh Cherry, singer of hits like Buffalo Stance and Manchild? Her daughter Mabel took home the prize for British solo female artiste 30 years after her alt-pop innovator mother won a prize. The dance-pop singer is in the news for the hit Don’t Call Me Up.
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Scottish Beyonce: Lewis Capaldi proved why he was the best-selling British artiste in 2019 with a rendition of Someone You Loved. Backed by just a piano, the 23-year-old turned in a gut-wrenching performance of a break-up story. The man, who refers to himself as the Scottish Beyonce, won the best new artiste award. True to his personality, he accepted the trophy, beer in hand.