On Wednesday I attended the BRIT Awards held in London's iconic O2 Arena.
The night was just as incredible as always, with some of the best names in music taking to the stage.
I really enjoyed each and every performance on the night, overall making it really hard to rank them!
Therefore, rather than ranking them from worst to best, I’m ranking them from the best...to the very best!
8. The 1975
The 1975 are one of the biggest bands in the UK right now. I don’t usually listen to them, however, therefore I didn’t enjoy the performance as much as I could have. With that being said, the visuals and creative of the performance was great.
7. Calvin Harris (featuring Rag'n'Bone Man, Sam Smith and Dua Lipa)
I loved having all four acts on one stage to do a massive performance. The vocals were all brilliant (particularly Rag’n’Bone Man’s), and I loved the visual transition between artists and songs. I think I would have loved this even more if at the end all three singers came together to sing together, I didn’t like the fact we didn’t see them together.
6. Jorja Smith
Jorja Smith’s vocals are in another league. I don’t have much to say about this other than this performance was truly beautiful.
5. George Ezra
Who doesn’t adore George Ezra? The whole performance was feel good, and I really loved the addition of The Hot 8 Brass Band joining George on stage!
4. Jess Glynne (featuring H.E.R.)
This performance was incredible. The message behind it was beautiful and I felt genuinely touched after watching it. The fact that Jess Glynne took off her makeup live on stage may seem like a small gesture to some, but I believe it was truly powerful and one of her best performances ever.
3. Little Mix (featuring Ms Banks)
Little Mix are incredible performers. Their vocals were brilliant as always, and the choreography incredibly impressive. Having the Ms Banks feature was a nice touch as it was something we hadn’t seen yet.
I could sit and watch Little Mix perform all day!
2. Hugh Jackman
I couldn’t think of a better way to open the show. I was sat watching this so shocked and so impressed. Everyone on the stage came together to make one of the best BRITs performances ever (in my opinion). I didn’t want it to end!
P!NK proved to be in a league of her own as she closed the show. The mashup was brilliant, and being joined on stage by Dan from Bastille was an excellent touch. P!NK’s vocals were effortless and she proved why she was so incredibly worthy of the Outstanding Contribution to Music award!
Overall, the whole night was incredible and I can’t wait for next year’s show!