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22 February 2012, 17:22
The 'Heaven' singer speaks to Capital FM backstage at the BRITs following her Critics' Choice win.
Emeli Sande has admitted that she is still trying to get used to her success following her BRIT Awards Critics' Choice prize and the acheivements of her debut album 'Our Version Of Events'.
The 'Next To Me' singer caught up with Capital FM backstage at the BRITs at London's O2 Arena to speak about how she is coping with her new found fame.
She said: "It's pretty fast but I'm trying to get used to it but it's good fun."
Capital's Rich Clarke also made reference to a tabloid story which suggested the Scottish star's distinct hair cut was going to receive a record contract.
"I hope so. That would be a good income," she quipped.
Meanwhile, the star is rumoured to be joining Coldplay on a series of US tour dates later this year.
You can watch a video of Emeli Sande speaking to Capital FM backstage at the BRITs 2012 below: