19 February 2020
American teen pop sensation Billie Eilish captivated the BRIT Awards audience on Tuesday with the first performance of the new theme song to the forthcoming James Bond film "No Time to Die." She sung the foreboding lyrics in front of a full orchestra at Britain's annual pop music honors, before being named best international female artist and delivering an emotional speech. Scottish singer Lewis Capaldi and rapper Dave were the big winners at the awards ceremony.
Capaldi sang his ballad "Someone You Loved" before receiving the award for best new artist. He later clutched a bottle of fortified wine to claim the award for song of the year. Dave won the coveted album of the year award for his work "Psychodrama." Grime artist Stormzy, named best male artist. Mabel took home the award in the best female artist category. British television presenter Jack Whitehall hosted the show, paying tribute at its opening to Caroline Flack, the 40-year old television presenter who committed suicide on Saturday.
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