The BRIT Awards took place last night and it was a fabulous celebration of music from the last year.

Notably, Little Mix made BRIT Awards history, becoming the first female group to win best band.

Single of the year went to Harry Styles for "Watermelon Sugar" while Dua Lipa took home both album of the year and female solo artist.

Dua Lipa also took to the stage (well, she went underground...) to perform a medley of hits from 'Future Nostalgia.'

Another highlight was Coldplay's performance of "Higher Power."

The band had debuted the music video for the song last weekend.

Arlo Parks, who won best breakthrough artist at the BRIT Awards, performed his single "Hope."

Olivia Rodrigo brought "Drivers License" to the stage.

The Weeknd, another BRIT awards winner (for best male solo artist), performed "Save Your Tears."

Another highlight was the cover of "It's a Sin" from Olly Alexander and Elton John.

Rising star BRIT awards winner Griff gave a live rendition of the song "Black Hole."

Headie One performed "Ain’t It Different" and "Princess Cuts" with AJ Tracey, Young T and Bugsey.

"Anyway Away from Here" was quite a performance from Rag'n'Bone and P!nk with the Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust Choir.