Adele, Anne-Marie, Ed Sheeran and Oli Sykes' performance, and newcomer Little Simz were some of the major talking points of the night.

This year's biggest night in British music was hosted by comedian Mo Gilligan with some help from Maya Jama, and admittedly last night's Brit Awards were fairly tame when compared to years gone by (potentially due to the fact that Jack Whitehall and his potty mouth weren't present).

The biggest winner on the night was Adele, who took home Album of the Year for '30', British Artist of the Year and Best British Song for 'Easy on Me'. She also took to the stage mid-way through the night to perform 'I Drink Wine', looking stunning in a golden gown on top of a piano. She also sparked engagement rumours for wearing a diamond ring during her song.

Ed Sheeran was the winner of Songwriter Of The Year, and his performance of 'Bad Habits' featuring Oli Sykes and Bring Me The Horizon went down a treat with the audience at The O2 in London.

Sheeran returned for another performance later in the night, with a less-impressive rendition of 'The Joker and the Queen'.

Unfortunately for one performer, Anne-Marie, she pulled the ultimate Brit by tripping and falling onto her ankle moments into her live performance. However, she managed to get back up and continue her number, which included kicking a member of the dance crew off stage.

The one and only Noel Gallagher also flew in via helicopter to last night's event, managing to get his own smooth pre-filmed walk onto stage. However, the rocker didn't say a word to the audience and once his laser-heavy performance of 'Everything's Electric' was over, he strutted off stage.

Sam Fender won Best Rock/Alternative last night, presented by Ronnie Wood. He later sang 'Seventeen Going Under' live at the event.

Independent artist and newcomer Little Simz gave a stunning performance of her track 'Introvert & Woman', and she later walked away with Best New Artist. To accept her award, she brought her mother up on stage and gave an emotional speech about following your dreams.

Holly Humberstone won the Rising Star Award, and performed 'London Is Lonely' live on stage. The 21-year-old will join Olivia Rodrigo as part of the US leg of her 'Sour' tour later this year.

Speaking of Rodrigo, the 18-year-old (19 in two weeks time) made her second Brit Awards appearance last night and took home Best International Song for 'good 4 u', presented by Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid; Becky Hill won Best Dance; Eurovision winners Måneskin presented Wolf Alice with Best British Group; Billie Eilish won Best International Artist, while Dua Lipa won Best Pop/R&B - neither artist was there to collect their awards.

Finally, Dave, who stole the show during Brits 2020 by calling Boris Johnson as "a real racist", and who last night won Best Hip-Hop/Grime/Rap, performed a fiery number with 'In The Fire' featuring Fredo, Ghetts, Meekz, Giggs and a gospel choir.

Here's a rundown of some of the happenings in case you missed last night's festivities.