Dua Lipa and Stormzy were the big winners at the 2018 BRIT Awards.
The ceremony was held at the O2 Arena and was hosted by comedian Jack Whitehall.
Nominees and guests at the ceremony in London are following the lead set at the Grammys by wearing white rose pins to show support for the movement launched in the wake of the entertainment industry’s sexual assault scandal.
The white rose move comes days after attendees at the Baftas swapped their usual colourful gowns for black dresses to acknowledge the initiative.
Prior to the awards it was announced that Ariana Grande had been forced to pull out of performing a tribute to the Manchester Arena attack victims during the awards after doctors advised her not to fly.
The show kicked off with a performance from US superstar Justin Timberlake, who performed Midnight Summer Jam and Say Something with Chris Stapleton from his latest album Man Of The Woods.
Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown and Aussie superstar Kylie Minogue were up frist to present the award for British Female Solo Artist, which went to Dua Lipa, who is the most nominated artist this year.
The second performance of the night came from homegrown talent Rag N Bone Man who teamed up with 2018 BRITs Critics Choice winner Jorja Smith for a breathtaking performance of his smash hit Skin.
Pop sensations Little Mix were on hand to present the award for British Male Solo Artist, which this year went to Stormzy.
Marcella star Anna Friel and Damian Lewis presented the award for International Group, which went to Foo Fighters.
The third performance of the night came from Dua Lipa, who performed her number 1 smash New Rules.
Global superstar Ed Sheeran then took to the stage for a heartwarming performance of Supermarket Flowers.
2017 BRIT hosts Dermot O’Leary and Emma Willis presented the award for British Single, which went to Rag N Bone Man’s Human, before footballer Harry Kane joined forces with Havana hitmaker Camila Cabello to present the award for International Male Solo Artist, which went to Kendrick Lamar.
Rock legends Foo Fighters then took the stage with a performance of The Sky Is A Neighbourhood
Radio 1 DJs Alice Levine and Clara Amfo presented the award for British Breakthrough Act, which went to Dua Lipa, before British singer Ellie Goulding and Adwoa Aboah presented the award for International Female Solo Arist, which went to Lorde.
Take That frontman Gary Barlow took to the stage for a heartfelt tribute to the victims of the 2017 Manchester Bombing, before Liam Gallagher took to the stage with the Oasis classic Live Forever.
Luke Evans and Hailee Baldwin presented the award for British Group, which went to Gorillaz, before global superstar Sam Smith took the stage to perform his number 1 smash Too Good At Goodbyes.
Sir Elton John then introduced the global success award which went to Ed Sheeran, who was presented his award by rock royalty Ronnie Wood.
Kendrick Lamar was joined by Rich The Kid for a smashing (literally) performance of New Freezer.
The Voice UK coaches Jennifer Hudson, Olly Murs and Sir Tom Jones then presented the award for British Artist Video Of The Year, which went to Harry Styles for his debut solo single Sign Of The Times.
British siren Rita Ora then took the stage for a medley of her recent hits Your Song, Anywhere and Fifty Shades Freed soundtrack hit For You, which saw her joined by Liam Payne.
The Mastercard British Album Of The Year was presented by Nile Rodgers and was won by Stormzy for his debut album Gang Signs & Prayers.
Stormzy then closed the show with a hit-filled performance, which included Blinded By Your Grace Pt 2 and Big For Your Boots