You may think awards season is over now after Hollywood closed off with The Oscars on February 9 but celebrities were once again spotted in their most extravagant outfits on the red carpet yesterday. The BRIT Awards 2020 celebrated their 40th anniversary with an action-packed show as they honoured legends in the entertainment industry and recorded many highlights that you can’t afford to miss.
From moving tributes to incredible live performance, here are five moments from the BRITs 2020 you want to catch up on if you didn’t get the chance to watch the whole event live from the O2 arena in London.
1. Billie Eilish debuts an emotional performance of the new James Bond theme song
It was five days ago when Billie Eilish released the dramatic ballad for the new James Bond movie titled No Time To Die and she took it to the stage at the BRITs 2020 to debut it live in front of millions of audience. Known as the youngest person to produce a Bond theme song at only 18 years old, it’s no surprise to see the whole arena filled with cheers throughout her sensational performance. The young singer also took home the Best International Female Solo Artist award at the ceremony and shared an emotional speech, saying: “I’ve felt very hated recently and when I was on the stage, I saw you guys all smiling at me. It genuinely made me want to cry.”