BRIT Awards 2015: The Winners List

Brilliant performances, multiple awards and an embarrassing on-stage fall. Yes, it all went down at last nights BRIT Awards.

BRIT Awards 2015 Taking to London’s O2 Arena on Wednesday 25th February, some of the biggest names in mainstream music were in attendance, ready to see who would be the lucky few taking home the 2015 Tracey Emin statue.

Practically owning the night was our Brit boys, Sam Smith and Ed Sheeran. Both bagging two awards each, plus individually taking to the stage and showcasing their amazing talents. Demonstrating exactly why they are both more than deserving winners.

Doing it for the ladies was Paloma Faith and Taylor Swift, who both won one award each. With Paloma most definitely delivering the best acceptance speech of the night. “I may never be up here again, which is why, I want to dedicate this to all the underdogs and all the grafters who work hard. So thank you. Thank you so so so much everyone” she gushed.

Not forgetting the moment that had everyone talking. Madonna falling backwards off the stage. Yes, it really did happened. Still, she got straight back up and carried on like a trooper to continue her performance. Well done, Madge!

The 2015 BRIT Award winners in full:

British Male Solo Artist:

Ed Sheeran

British Female Solo Artist:

Paloma Faith

British Breakthrough Act:

Sam Smith

British Group:

Royal Blood

Best British Single:

Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – ‘Uptown Funk’

International Male Artist:


International Female Artist:

Taylor Swift

International Group:

Foo Fighters

British Video of The Year:

One Direction – ‘You & I’

Global Success Award:

Sam Smith

Critics’ Choice: 

James Bay

Best British Album: 

Ed Sheeran – ‘x’

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