Here are Your 2017 Brit Award Winners

The Brits–the UK’s answer to the Junos and the Grammys–were held Wednesday night in London. Here’s who won what.

Global Success

Adele – winner

Icon Award

Robbie Williams – Winner

British male solo artist

David Bowie – Winner

Craig David

Kano

Michael Kiwanuka

Skepta

British female solo artist

Anohni

Ellie Goulding

Lianne La Havas

Nao

Emeli Sande – Winner

British group

The 1975 – Winner

Bastillle

Biffy Clyro

Little Mix

Radiohead

British breakthrough act

Anne-Marie

Blossoms

Rag ‘N’ Bone Man – Winner

Skepta

Stormzy

Critics’ choice

Rag ‘N’ Bone Man – Winner

Anne-Marie

Dua Lipa

British single

James Arthur – Say You Won’t Let Go

Clean Bandit – Rockabye

Coldplay – Hymn For The Weekend

Jonas Blue ft Dakota – Fast Car

Calvin Harris ft Rihanna – This Is What You Came For

Little Mix – Shout Out To My Ex – Winner

Callum Scott – Dancing On My Own

Tinie Tempah ft Zara Larsson – Girls Like

Alan Walker – Faded

Zayn – Pillowtalk

British album of the year

The 1975 – I Like It When You Sleep…

David Bowie – Blackstar –Winner

Kano – Made In The Manor

Michael Kiwanuka – Love and Hate

Skepta – Konnichiwa

British artist video of the year

Adele – Send My Love (To Your New Lover)

James Arthur – Say You Won’t Let Go

Clean Bandit – Rockabye

Jonas Blue ft Dakota – Fast Car

Coldplay – Hymn For The Weekend

Calvin Harris ft Rihanna – This Is What You Came For

Little Mix – Hair

One Direction – History – Winner

Tinie Tempah ft Zara Larsson – Girls Like

Zayn – Pillowtalk

International male solo artist

Bon Iver

Leonard Cohen

Drake – Winner

Bruno Mars

The Weeknd

International female solo artist

Beyonce – Winner

Christine and the Queens

Rihanna

Sia

Solange

International group

A Tribe Called Quest – Winner

Drake and Future

Kings of Leon

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds

Twenty-One Pilots

Alan Cross

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