If Every Day Was Christmas Cruz Beckham Download 'If Every Day Was Christmas' on iTunes
17 February 2014, 09:04
The 'Pass Out' star performed at the opening of last night's big show in London alongside Laura Mvula.
Tinie Tempah pulled off one of the moves of the night at the BAFTAs last night (17th February) when he high-fived Prince William during his performance.
The rapper opened the show alongside Laura Mvula with a performance of new song 'Heroes'.
As he walked through the crowd during his verse, the 'Lover Not A Fighter' star spotted the Prince who looked pleased to be involved in the gesture.
The Royal was also there to present Dame Helen Mirren with the Academy Fellowship Award alongside actor Jeremy Irons.
The event saw 12 Years A Slave take home the coveted Best Film prize with actor Chiwetel Ejiofor scooping the Best Actor nod for this role in the picture.
Other big winners were Gravity – taking a total of six awards and Steve Coogan for Philomena.