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Thursday, February 10, 2005

The Brit Awards 25

Well it's that time of year again, this years Brit Awards were held at Earl's Court, London. Chris Evans was the host for the evening & he did a very good job considering he's been out of television for a few years. The Scissor Sisters kicked the ceremony off with an absolutely blinding version of 'Take Your Mama', which started with Ana & Jake appearing out of two golden eggs. You always wonder how well many acts will perform live & they certainly pulled it off, i'm sure there is a lot of people out there that would love to go to their concerts now. Robbie's face was a picture when he found out that Gary Barlow & Howard Donald were going to present his award, only to find that it was really Matt Lucas & David Walliams dressed up. Franz Ferdinand performed a relatively low key version of 'Take Me Out', a few bum notes here & there but it seemed that Alex's mic wasn't working properley either. Keane were clearly shocked about picking up their award for British Breakthrough & did a great live performance of 'Everybody's Changing' & clearly showed us all that you don't always need guitars in a band. Natasha Bedingfield & brother Daniel performed Chaka Chan's 'Ain't Nobody', yeh i suppose that was an okay performance too but i think they were trying to outdo each other with the vocals. Green Day added lots of energy to the ceremony by playing a storming version of 'American Idiot', brilliant, i bet loads of kids want drum kits & guitars for Christmas now. Will Young was definately surprised to receive his award for Best Single, well i would have chosen something else but it was down to the commercial radio listeners! Joss Stone belted out 'Right to be Wrong', don't get me wrong she has a very good voice but do us all a favour love, cut out the diva attitude, your not American so cut the American accent! Gwen Stefani was joined on stage by her silent Geisha girls & performed 'What You Waiting For' in what looked like 8 inch heels & a stageful of giant toadstools! Chuffed to bits McFly won Best Pop, hopefully they will be around longer than Busted, they are set to try & break the states later this year & also star in their first movie. Eminem won Best International Male Solo, that guy must have more awards than mantlepieces right now! Joss Stone joined Robbie Williams on stage for 'Angels', she should have kept off it, talk about ruining a great song, but it seemed like he enjoyed himself anyway! Mike Skinner aka The Streets performed a soothing version of 'Dry Your Eyes' (god i love that song, even more, the dog in the video), a first as he doesn't usually turn up at award ceremonies. Lemar & Jamelia pulled off a great version of the late Robert Palmer's 'Addicted To Love', a very sexual performance. Muse, who headlined Glastonbury 2004, won Best Live Act, good job Franz Ferdinand didn't win after their performance earlier in the evening. Snoop Dogg performed 'Drop It Like It's Hot' & was joined on stage by the lovely Pharrel, actually it was a pretty good performance too. Sir Bob Geldof rounded up the night by picking up his award for Outstanding Contribution To Music & performed a couple of songs from his days with The Boomtown Rats. Well lets hope each year gets better & better.

BRITS 25 The Best Song Award - Robbie Williams, ANGELS
BRITISH BREAKTHROUGH ACT - Keane
BRITISH ROCK ACT - Franz Ferdinand
INTERNATIONAL BREAKTHROUGH ACT - Scissor Sisters
BRITISH LIVE ACT - Muse
BRITISH SINGLE - Will Young, YOUR GAME
POP ACT - McFly
INTERNATIONAL FEMALE SOLO ARTIST - Gwen Stefani
INTERNATIONAL MALE SOLO ARTIST - Eminem
BRITISH MALE SOLO ARTIST - The Streets
BRITISH FEMALE SOLO ARTIST - Joss Stone
BRITISH URBAN ACT - Joss Stone
INTERNATIONAL GROUP - Scissor Sisters
BRITISH GROUP - Franz Ferdinand
INTERNATIONAL ALBUM - Scissor Sisters, SCISSOR SISTERS
BRITISH ALBUM - Keane, HOPES AND FEARS
OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO MUSIC - Bob Geldof

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