The BRIT Awards have started with many huge names – from Coldplay to P!nk – set to entertain the crowd tonight.
As this year’s awards show is part of a government experiment, it is happening live with a 4,000-strong crowd.
Many of the performers, including Pink and The Weeknd, will either be performing remotely from the US or have pre-recorded their set.
This year’s artists also include Arlo Parks, Rag’n’Bone Man, Headie One, Dua Lipa, Olivia Rodrigo and rising star Griff.
So who is performing on stage tonight?
Pop princess Dua Lipa arrived on the red carpet early paying homage to Amy Winehouse with a beehive hairdo.
She will be singing her top hits on stage tonight but has been back home in London for over a month.
The Levitating singer has been hanging out with her boyfriend Anwar Hadid in the capital city as she got ready for the big night.
Before arriving in the UK, she was spending a lot of her time in Los Angeles with the Hadid family.
P!nk and Rag’n’Bone Man
U + Ur Hand icon is teaming up with UK’s very own Rag’n’Bone Man for a very special performance.
However, due to the coronavirus, the singer will be performing remotely from America.
Brighton-based singer Rag’n’Bone Man will take the stage for the night as they belt out their duet Anywhere Away From Here.
“Having people attend this special evening makes me really excited for touring to come!” said Rag ‘n’ Bone Man.
“I’m grateful that Pink is able to join from across the pond, to my band as ever and the NHS Choir are sounding amazing!”
Backing vocals are provided by the Greenwich NHS Trust Choir.
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Arlo Parks, who has been nominated for Female Solo Artist and Breakthrough Artist, will be blessing the stage with her vocals.
The star was updating fans with her whereabouts last night and posted a snap from the O2 Arena as she rehearsed for tonight.
As she is already London-based, she didn’t have to quarantine in order to perform in the no-mask, no-social distance ceremony.
Arlo recently released her debut album Collapsed in Sunbeams earlier this year.
Coldplay will be providing viewers with a very special performance for this year’s BRITs, but they won’t actually be in the O2 arena.
Instead, they’ll be singing their new single, Higher Power, on a pontoon on the Thames, as you do.
With the coronavirus, it’s the perfect way to give a performance of a lifetime while still staying safe.
The entire band have been in the UK for a while and were even promoting their new single on Instagram.
The clip had them walk past a poster in the heart of Camden in the beginning of the month.
Olivia Rodrigo became the ultimate pop princess after the release of her hit song Drivers Licence.
Now, she’ll be making her UK debut on the O2 stage to showcase her rising star talents.
The 18-year-old is based in the US and would have had to quarantine in order to take the stage tonight.
She recently posted a snap out of quarantine, where she posed in front of Buckingham Palace.
The Princess Cuts rapper is showcasing UK talent on the BRITs stage tonight.
He has been in the UK for over two weeks after enjoying some time off in Ghana.
Headie One was in Ghana in the beginning of April, but would have had to travel back to quarantine before the BRITS.
The star has been nominated for Male Solo Artist and British Single for Ain’t It Different.
The Weeknd, who has boycotted the Grammys, won’t be performing in person at this year’s show.
However, the Blinding Lights singer has pre-recorded a performance specially for the UK crowd.
Viewers can expect his hits from his album After Hours.
The star, real name Abel Tesfaye, has been nominated for International Male Solo artist.