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This year’s Brit Awards is one you simply can’t miss! The show is jam-packed with amazing performances sure to blow your socks off. Here’s a look at all the performers taking the stage on Feb 24. Tune in on MUCH this Wednesday at 8 p.m!
The Queen of the Brit Awards is making her return. Adele is up for four awards this year including British Album of the Year. After the audio issues during her Grammy performance last week, we can’t wait to see Adele redeem herself with what is set to be a stellar live performance. Check out one of our favourite performances of her single Hello on The Tonight Show.
Known for their killer harmonies, Little Mix’s performance should be a treat for the ears. The girl group is nominated for two awards, including the British Artist Video of the Year award for their single Black Magic.
Fresh off the release of the steamy video for her new single with Drake Work, Rihanna is set to take the stage at this year’s awards. Fingers crossed she doesn’t cancel last minute like she did for the Grammys just last week.
Nominated for International Male Solo Artist, Justin Bieber is sure to bring some swag to the awards show. He made all the girls swoon with his tearful performance of Love Yourself at this year’s Grammy Awards, leaving us to wonder if he’ll bring that emotion on Wednesday night.
Always one to please with his incredible vocals, The Weeknd is sure to deliver at this year’s awards. Up against Bieber for International Male Solo Artist, we can’t wait to hear what The Weeknd has in store for this performance.
Up-and-comer Jess Glyne is poised to make us remember her name after this year’s awards. Glyne was the featured artist on Clean Bandit’s single Rather Be back in 2014, but has since released her debut album I Cry When I Laugh. She is nominated for two awards at this year’s show, including one for her hit single Hold My Hand.
Fresh off their halftime performance at the 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl, we can’t wait to see the showmanship Coldplay will bring to the Brit Awards. The band could make Brit Award history this year if they win in all their categories, going down in history as having the most wins for a British group and British album.
After making a splash at the Grammys last week with an incredible performance with Tori Kelly, we could not be more excited to watch James Bay. Tied with Adele and Years and Years with four nominations a piece, we’re hoping this will be a big night for James.
Get to know this swoon-worthy singer in our Guy Gush video below!