Lewis Capaldi was the big winner of last night's BRIT awards, not only for taking home the most accolades, but for doing it in style.
Lewis won both the prizes for Best New Artist and Best Song for 'Someone You Loved' after receiving four nominations.
Billie Eilish, who made her live debut of James Bond theme 'No Time to Die' on the night, took home Best International Female Artist while London rapper Dave took home the major award of the night for Best Album.
Capaldi made a big entrance on the red carpet for the awards ceremony, messing around as usual.
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And he didn't get any more serious when it came to accepting his awards.
Upon winning for Best New Artist, his first award of the night and first BRIT award ever, he arrived onstage with beer in hand.
He gave our Niall Horan a big old hug and chugged his beer before his acceptance speech, which consisted of the worlds "Thank you very f**king much, I'll see you later."
By the time he won Song of the year later in the night, he'd switched to buckfast. Tom Jones, who presented his the award, looked at the bottle with impressive disdain.
Taking to the stage, Capaldi said "Contrary to popular belief, a lot of people think this song is about my ex-girlfriend who you can now see every night on 'Love Island'," referring to Paige Turley.
He continued: "It’s actually about my grandmother who, sadly, sadly, sadly passed away a few years ago.”
"I hope to God that ITV don’t contact her to be on a reality dating TV show.”
"Thank you so much, this has been the best year of my life. Thanks to you, thanks to the label, thanks to my mum and dad for I don’t know making love. And yeah, thanks to my grandmother for dying."