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The Capital Weekender With Ministry of Sound 10pm - 6am
26 February 2015, 02:29
Taytay opened the show in true style - with some typically Swifty dance moves and a hunky man on her arm, Taylor caused a true snow-storm on stage (literally!).
Man of the hour Sam pretty much had the ENTIRE O2 Arena in tears with his heartfelt performance of new track 'Lay Me Down'. Sam's powerful vocals were accompanied by a live orchestra, who helped make this one of the stand out performances of the evening.
We almost wet ourselves with excitement when we heard that the long awaited Ed Sheeran & Rudimental collaboration was happening - but we were disappointed to hear that the lads wouldn't be joining Ed on stage. All that sadness soon faded though when Ed rocked up with his guitar and his loop pedal - hands down this was the most INTENSE performance of the whole evening!
Warning: This may contain strong language
Yes, we ACTUALLY have to put a disclaimer on this video, despite almost HALF of the track being muted on TV! Naughty Kanye! But you have to love Taylor Swift's awkward dancing (as always!)
Kanye's explicit performance was definitely a tough act to follow, but Gary, Mark & Howard still managed to bring some MORE pyro to the BRIT Awards stage for the live version their upcoming single, 'Let In The Sun'.
After bagging a no.1 for his debut album last year, George has gone from strength to strength. His biggest hit, 'Budapest', made us fall in love with him even more live on the BRIT Awards stage.
Winner of 'Best British Female Solo Act', Paloma Faith', performed her huge hit under a massive downpour live on stage. If only Rihanna had turned up with her umbrella (ella, ella).
What a way to close the show! Madge took our breath away with her intense entrance before ACTUALLY being dragged off stage by her backing dancers! Being the true show-woman she is, Madonna carried on to finish her performance of new single 'Living For Love'.