As you'll no doubt be aware by now, the BRIT Awards took place in London last night.

Aside from Katy Perry's dancer falling off the stage, there weren't many major upsets as David Bowie posthumously took the two awards that he was favourite for - although Robbie Williams did suffer a few technical malfunctions during his performance of 'Heavy Entertainment Show' and 'Love My Life', when two of his dancers lost their footing and one had an accidental nip-slip:

Otherwise, there were tributes to George Michael - presented by his Wham! cohorts Andrew Ridgeley, Shirlie and Pepsi - that saw Chris Martin duetting with footage of Michael on his song 'A Different Corner':

Coldplay also made a full band appearance with The Chainsmokers as they performed their surprise new single 'Something Just Like This':

Bruno Mars played new single 'That's What I Like':

Ed Sheeran played his recent singles 'Castle on the Hill' and 'Shape of You' with special guest, rapper Stormzy:

 The 1975 played 'The Sound':

And Little Mix opened the show with 'Shout Out to My Ex':