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Emeli Sande Closes The BRIT Awards 2013 With Medley Performance After Double Win
The 'Next To Me' singer performed two songs as the grand finale of this year's awards show in London.
Emeli Sande closed the BRIT Awards 2013 this evening (20th February) with a medley performance fresh from winning two gongs at the music industry awards show.
The Scottish singer-songwriter opened the show's closing performance with a piano-led rendition of her latest single 'Clown' , performing a heartfelt rendition of the fan-favourite song from behind the keys.
Emeli then stepped out in front of the stage as her performance bled into a rousing version of her 2012 single 'Next To Me' , for which the singer was joined by a group of backing singers and a full band.
The 'My Kind Of Love' singer received a standing ovation from the O2 Arena audience in London as she closed out her performance, which followed her two wins earlier in the evening.
The BRITs 2013 saw artists including Lana Del Rey, One Direction and Ben Howard all picking up awards, while Emeli herself won both British Female Solo Artist and Mastercard Album Of The Year for her 2012 debut 'Our Version Of Events'.
Check out a picture of Emeli Sande on stage at the BRITs 2013 below (Credit: Getty):
Over the course of the night the BRITs 2013 also saw performances from the likes of One Direction, Robbie Williams, Muse, Ben Howard, Mumford & Sons, Taylor Swift and Justin Timberlake.
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