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Artists dominate Brit Awards...
Ireland dominated the Brit Awards in London’s
Earls’ Court last night with U2 and Westlife
picking up awards in the UK’s biggest music award
ceremony. Pop legends U2 picked up Best International
group beating fellow Irish bands The Corrs
and Westlife. However, the five piece boyband hit
back by claiming the Best Pop Act title beating
their former manager Ronan Keating.
@ the Brits
five nominations Wicklow band Moloko failed
to pick up any awards loosing out to newcomers Coldplay
for Best Group, Robbie Williams for
Best single and Best video and Fat
Boy Slim for Best Dance act.
off just before 9pm last night the invite only event
pulled in some of the pop’s biggest stars including
Geri Halliwell, Elton John, Samuel L Jackson, Noel
Gallagher, Kylie Minogue, Helena Christensen, Donny
Osmond, Caprice, Steps, Natalie Imbruglia and
Starting with performances by Robbie Williams who
went on to claim the most Brit's of the night with
three awards for Best British Male, Best British
Video and Best British Single.
Following Robbie’s performance R&B star Craig David
hit the stage taking time after his performance to
have a go at the Brit’s saying "Six nominations and
no awards for CD." Referring to last years awards
when his failed to pick up any awards for his six
was followed with a exclusive performance by the members
of the hit TV show Popstars who are now called
it was time for the first Irish act to hit perform
with Westlife singing their current Comic Relief
hit Uptown girl with a little help from Eastenders
hardman Phil Mitchell.
were followed with performances by Double award winners
Coldplay, American chart-toppers Destiny’s Child
and the highly anticipated and controversial Eminem
singing The Real Slim Shady.
held out until the end off the night to take the stage
to accept their outstanding contribution to music
award which was presented by Noel Gallagher before
blowing the Earl’s Court arena away with a performance
that closed this years awards.