Brit Awards 2016 Winners at

Brit Awards 2016 Winners

Brit Awards 2016 Winners results announced on 24.02.2016 at Adele dominates with winning four awards in Brit awards 2016. She has been crowned Queen of the Brits, winning four prizes including best British female and best album.

The Brit awards 2016 winners are as follows:

Brit Awards 2016

Sl NO Brit Award 2016 Name of the winner
1 Brit Critics’ Choice Award Jack Garratt
2 Brit Award for British Single Hello – Adele
3 Brit Award for British Breakthrough Act Catfish And The Bottlemen
4 Brit British Female Solo Artist Award Adele
5 Brit Award for British Group Coldplay
6 British Male Solo Artist James Bay
7 Brit International Female Solo Artist Award Björk
8 MasterCard British Album of the Year Adele – 25
9 Brit Award for British Video Drag Me Down – One Direction
10 Brit Award for International Male Solo Artist Justin Bieber
11 Brit Award for International Group Tame Impala
12 Global Success Award Adele
13 Best Producer Charlie Andrew

 Brit Awards 2016 :

Brit AwardsThe Brit Awards are the British Phonographic Industry’s annual pop music awards . The awards began in 1982 as a annual event under the auspices of the British record industry’s trade association, the BPI. In 1989 they were renamed as the Brit Awards. This year the Brit awards ceremony held on 24.02.2016 which was Presented by British Phonographic Industry. kate mckinnon. The more details are

Adele: Adele has  become Queen of the Brits by winning four prizes including best British female and best album. The first the world knew of Adele’s comeback single was when a commercial for it aired during an episode of The X Factor. The song, a cowrite with Greg Kurstin, duly emerged in October and topped the charts worldwide. It turned out Adele played drums on it, as well.

James Bay won best male and Australian psych-rock band Tame Impala won best international group. Canadian singer Justin Bieber performed his chart topping singles Love Yourself and Sorry and won best international male.

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