BRIT Awards 2021 will be held on May 12, 1:30 p.m. IST. Originally the ceremony was meant to be held in February but due to COVID-19 protocols it got delayed. Geoff Taylor, Chief Official, BPI & BRIT Grants Ltd said:
“We need to create beyond any doubt that The BRITs conveys the extraordinary generation levels, whiz exhibitions and live energy that make it the greatest night in music. We believe that the most perfect way to realize this in 2021 is to move the appearance back a number of months to May, that will remind us how critical music has been in getting us all through these troublesome times.”
Who is In The Shortlist?
And now its just around the corner. The ceremony will be hosted by Jack Whitehall for the fourth year in a row!
The nominations for this year’s BRITs are set to be reported on Wednesday 31st March at 4 p.m IST. The shortlists will be only uncovered by BBC Radio 1’s. Nick Grimshaw and this year’s BRITs Rising Star champ Griff! are shortlisting for this year nominee. The Award ceremony will be broadcasted live on ITV.
Dua Lipa & Griff: First Performers
Dua Lipa, who recently won Grammy for her album Future Nostalgia is ready to kick off again with her performance at the BRITS. She has even won 3 awards in total. This is no her first time that she is performing but definitely will the first performer to open up at 2021 BRIT.
Expressing her excitement and on her return she said, “I am so energized to be returning to perform for you all at The BRITs this year. It’s getting to be really extraordinary to be back on stage within the UK.”
Alng with her we will also see Griff, a new rising star of the music industry.Her new single ‘Black Hole’ was received greatly by the critics and audience. It is expected that she will bag many of the awards this year at BRIT.
She is also performing, expressing her gratitude she said, In my head, I’m still shouting from the phone call when I found out. It’s truly such a supernatural occurrence: how on earth did we oversee to win a BRIT and breakthrough amid a widespread like Corona?
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