For a show as meticulously organised as the BRIT Awards, there’s a certain irony that the unplanned moments are the ones that live longest in the memory.
Whether it’s Sam Fox and Mick Fleetwood reinventing the art of presenting; Jarvis Cocker’s Michael Jackson protest; Chumbawamba drenching John Prescott; Brandon Block’s handbags with Ronnie Wood or Madonna’s wince-inducing tumble, the show’s legend has been built as much on off-piste kerfuffles as on-stage magic.
“The role of the BRITs is, firstly, to ...
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