The BRIT Awards took place last night in London's O2 Arena. Here are all of the acts and winners from the night.

First off, Hugh Jackman kicked off proceedings in incredible style. Jackman set the bar high for the rest of the night's performers; Irish people you're in for a treat when he hits here in May.
British Male Solo Artist was the first award, and went to the creator of the track of the summer, 'Shotgun' singer George Ezra with his first ever BRIT Award. He later took to the stage to perform  that song afterwards.
Next up, Best British Female was presented by a very awkward Nile Rogers and H.E.R., who couldn't see the teleprompter from so far away. Maybe if you guys took off your sunglasses... The winner was Jorja Smith, her second BRIT Award. Smith also performed later in the show with 'Don't Watch Me Cry.'
Best International Group went to The Carters, who weren't there on the night and pre-recorded a message together. Oh, and the message was in front of a painting of Meghan Markle.

While Best International Male and Female Solo Artists were won by Drake and Ariana Grande, who also both pre-recorded video links. Global Success Award went to Ed Sheeran for the second year running, who also wasn't there as he's currently touring around South America.
It was no surprise that The 1975 would win big. They won Best Group, their second BRIT Award, having won the same award two years previously. They also won Best British Album (and was presented by a glamorous looking Jared Leto) for 'A Brief Enquiry into Online Relationships.' It's their third number one record, and the album has had sales of more than 4.8 million. They later performed a very cool and relaxed 'Sincerity is Scary.'
Little Mix took to the stage with Ms Banks in a heavily produced production, wearing a very pink affair ('Mean Girls' fans will get the reference).
British Breakthrough Act was won by Tom Walker, with a shoutout to his gran.
Calvin Harris, Dua Lipa, Rag'n'Bone Man, and Sam Smith performed a mash-up of 'One Kiss,' 'Giant,' and 'Promises.' Sam Smith stole the show with a super sassy performance.
Harris also won two awards on the night. The Scottish man won Producer of the Year, as well as Best British Single with Dua Lipa for 'One Kiss.' That Scottish accent of his really throws you.


Also, friendly reminder:

Jess Glynne and H.E.R. had a very empowering performance of 'Thursday,' which featured women on stage removing make-up from their faces.
Except, she nearly got it right.


Critics Choice winner Sam Fender chatted with Jack, and said he projectile vomited after hearing he had won the award. Nice. The singer had already been announced as the winner of the award in November.
Finally, Pink won the Outstanding Contribution to Music Award - the singer hadn't been to the BRIT Awards in 16 years. She closed out the ceremony with a mashup of her hits, and was easily the performance of the night (sorry Hugh). She was even joined on stage by Bastille frontman Dan Smith for 'Just Give Me A Reason.'
You can catch all of the Jack Whitehall and Little Mix gossip right here, in case you missed it.