What a difference a year makes.
This time last year, the BRIT Awards was being put together against the backdrop of the bleakest year for UK music breakthroughs in living memory, while most of the nation’s blockbuster artists were taking time out.
Even in January, several slots on the show remained open and organisers were still debating what form the show’s tribute to the late George Michael should take.
The event didn’t even have a host, after Michael Bublé understandably ...
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