This year's Brit awards ceremony will be on Wednesday 21 February. But throughout the decades this awards show has created us plenty of memorable moments to reminisce over. See a few mentionable ones below...
1. This iconic Geri moment
Did you know this is dress auctioned at £41,320 for charity?
2. When Lady Gaga performed a tribute to Lee Alexander McQueen
Mother Monster also won all 3 Brit awards she was nominated for that year.
3. Liam Gallagher’s 2010 mic drop
The star was less than courteous when he accepted the award on behalf of Oasis, who had split up the year before. [Awkward]
4. Cat Deeley’s 2004 entrance
Patron Brit presenter Cat Deeley commenced 2004’s ceremony in style, which bears resemblance to Katy Perry’s performance on a giant cherry chapstick at 2008’s MTV EMAs.
5. When Adele broke every breathing soul's heart
I don’t know about you, but I’m still not over this 2011 performance.
6. When Adele came back in 2016 and opened up old wounds!
Please, we can't take anymore. But don't stop!
7. In between all of that…
Unfortunately, in 2012, Adele accidentally got too excited and made a bit of a blunder that James Corden had to apologise for.
8. The Ziggy Stardust playsuit
On behalf of David Bowie, Kate Moss accepted his Best British Male award. Noel Gallagher was kind enough to add: “You maniacs didn't think David Bowie was actually going to be here? David Bowie's too cool for that - he doesn't do this s***.”
9. Gavin, Smithy and Kylie
In 2009, the 3 hosts of the awards got together to perform their memorable rendition of Can’t Get You Out Of My Head.
10. We are sorry. But we can’t leave this out.
After the bullfighter-themed performance, while on the Jonathon Ross show Madonna described the incident; “Everybody was worried that my cape was going to slide off because it’s quite heavy, so they tied it really tight around my neck. So here I am marching in like a queen, and I got to the top of the stairs and I pulled my silky string, and it would not come undone.” Later, Giorgio Armani backfired calling Madonna “difficult”.