Britain (BBC) 02/10/2022 12:46
Adele shines in “Brit 2022″… and a political flavor at the party
- British singer Adele wins awards for best artist, album and song for “Easy On Me”.
- Despite this, Robbie Williams is still one way ahead of Adele as the best award-winning artist in British history
- Ed Sheeran was also crowned Best Songwriter of the Year
Adele won three out of four major awards at the BRIT Awards, where she also gave a guaranteed performance for her track “I Drink Wink”.
and reaped British singer Adele Awards for Best Artist, Album and Song for “Easy On Me”.
After her victory, she said, “I can’t believe that a piano song has defeated so many bands,” adding, “I really love being a woman and an artist, I’m really proud of us.”
Adele’s trilogy came just weeks after her Las Vegas stay was postponed, and newspapers seemed more interested in whether she was wearing a new diamond ring on her engagement finger.
Despite this, Robbie Williams is still one way ahead of Adele as the best award-winning artist in British history with a score of 13.
Ed Sheeran was also crowned Best Songwriter of the Year at London’s O2 Arena, performing the song “Bad HabitsAlong with rock musician “Bring Me the Horizon”.
Singer Dua Lipa also won Best Pop R&B Music, with TikTok users voting for her, not Adele.
The ceremony witnessed compliments, according to journalists, most notably Little Sims winning the award for best artist, and she said while receiving her award while she was accompanied by her mother: “Look at what you did, mom, I am living proof that if you work hard at something, regardless
Considering where you come from, no matter your background and ethnicity, you can do something extraordinary.”
Before arriving at the ceremony, Holly Humberston knew that she had won the “Rising Star” award, and considered in press statements that her rapid rise, which occurred during the spread of the Corona virus, was “very strange”, and she continued: “I feel like I’m in a kind
From the alternate universe, but I feel very lucky.”
The concert was not without a political character, as the main comedian at the party criticized Prime Minister Boris Johnson and told him into the camera: “Boris, I know you are watching, I know you like the party, come on, my friend, get down, man I know.”
You like cheese board.”
The Brit Awards were held last year as part of the government’s pilot scheme for the return of live events, and Corona restrictions necessitated a combination of adopting some shows by default, and this is evidenced by the cancellation of a planned show for the American star “Doga Cat” after
It was confirmed that members of her team were infected with the Corona virus.