Here Are Your Winners at the 2016 Brit Awards

The Brit Awards–the UK’s version of the Junos and the Grammys–were held Wednesday night at the O2 Arena in London. Here’s who won what.

British Male Solo Artist
Aphex Twin
Calvin Harris
James Bay – WINNER
Jamie xx
Mark Ronson

British Female Solo Artist
Adele – WINNER
Amy Winehouse
Florence + The Machine
Jess Glynne
Laura Marling

British Group
Blur
Coldplay – WINNER
Foals
One Direction
Years & Years

British Breakthrough Act
Catfish And The Bottlemen – WINNER
James Bay
Jess Glynne
Wolf Alice
Years & Years

Critics’ Choice
Jack Garratt — WINNER
Izzy Bizu
Frances

British Single
Adele: Hello – WINNER
Calvin Harris and Disciples: How Deep Is Your Love
Ed Sheeran and Rudimental: Bloodstream
Ellie Goulding: Love Me Like You Do
James Bay: Hold Back The River
Jess Glynne: Hold My Hand
Little Mix: Black Magic
Olly Murs featuring Demi Lovato: Up
Philip George: Wish You Were Mine
Years & Years: King

British Album of the Year
Adele: 25 – WINNER
Coldplay: A Head Full Of Dreams
Florence + The Machine: How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful
James Bay: Chaos And The Calm
Jamie xx: In Colour

British Producer of the Year
Charlie Andrew – WINNER
Mark Ronson
Mike Crossey
Tom Dalgety

British Artist Video of the Year
Adele: Hello
Calvin Harris and Disciples: How Deep Is Your Love
Ed Sheeran: Photograph
Ellie Goulding: Love Me Like You Do
Jessie J: Flashlight
Little Mix: Black Magic
Naughty Boy featuring Beyonce and Arrow Benjamin: Runnin (Lose It All)
One Direction: Drag Me Down – WINNER
Sam Smith: Writing’s On The Wall
Years & Years: King

International Male Solo Artist
Drake
Father John Misty
Justin Bieber – WINNER
Kendrick Lamar
The Weeknd

International Female Solo Artist
Ariana Grande
Bjork – WINNER
Courtney Barnett
Lana Del Rey
Meghan Trainor

International Group
Alabama Shakes
Eagles Of Death Metal
Major Lazer
Tame Impala – WINNER
U2

Alan Cross

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