Brit Awards 2014

If you enjoyed the Brit Awards from the comfort of your own TV and skipped the after parties in favour of a decent night sleep -or because you weren’t invited – here’s what you missed.

Some of the most famous faces in music kept the party going after the gong-fest in London’s O2 Arena last night. 

While some stars decided to call it a night -pffff- others powered through at exclusive parties hosted by major record labels.  

A few of the One Direction lads turned up for the Sony Music get-together in association with Belvedere at the Arts Club, Katy Perry was on the decks with Ellie Goulding and Lorde at Universal’s bash before heading to Warner Music’s event at the Savoy Hotel. 


Pharrell Williams took his enormous -Vivienne Westwood- hat for another night out and spent some of his night chatting with uber hot Nicole Scherzinger. 

There was no sign of David Bowie – who won big after securing

the Best Male Solo Artist accolade, 30 years on from his first win in 1984, after beating the likes of Jake Bugg, James Blake, John Newman and Tom Odell.

The 67-year-old singer, who is the oldest recipient of an award in the BRITs history – was unable to attend the gala and chose Kate Moss to collect his prize for him. He also asked via la Moss for Scotland to remain part of the UK.

Ellie Goulding kicked off the night’s events after being crowned the Best British Female Artist, before taking to the stage to give an energetic performance of her hit Burn.

Other performances included; Beyonce with her track XO, Bruno Mars with Treasure, Katy Pretty with Dark Horse and the Arctic Monkeys with their song R U Mine.

The BRIT Awards 2014 full list of winners are as follows:

  • Best Male Solo Artist – David Bowie
  • Best Female Solo Artist – Ellie Goulding
  • Best Group – Arctic Monkeys
  • British Breakthrough Act – Bastille
  • British Single of the Year – Rudimental ‘Waiting All Night’
  • British Album of the Year: Arctic Monkeys – ‘AM’
  • Best International Male – Bruno Mars
  • Best International Female – Lorde 
  • Best International Group – Daft Punk


Rita Ora, Lily Allen


Jessie J, Nicole Scherzinger


Rosie Huntington Whiteley, Danni & Kylie Minogue




Kylie & Pharrell Williams


One Direction


Beyonce, Katy Perry


Noel Gallagher & Kate Moss


Ellie Goulding

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Katy Perry at the"Brit Awards" at O2 Arena © Joe Alvarez

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