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Tinie Tempah, Pixie Lott, Rudimental, Critics' Choice winner Sam Smith and more attend the 2014 BRIT Awards launch party in London.
The 'Thunder' singer walked the red carpet at this week's event, where she also picked up a nod for this year's show.
The 'Anything Could Happen' singer has picked up numerous nominations this year including British Female Solo Artist and British Single for both 'I Need Your Love' and 'Burn'.
The UK singer dressed in pink for her return to the stage this week. Picturet: JM Enternational
The British band picked up several nominations including one for Best British Album for their record 'Home'. Picture: Getty
The 'Pass out' rapper was all smiles while walking the event's red carpet. Picture: Getty
The UK singer-songwriter was also celebrating his win for Critics' Choice Award. Picturet: JM Enternational
The 'Pass Out' rapper suited up for his performance at the event in London this week.
The four-piece were celebrating picking up three awards in total on the night. Picture: Getty
The 'Mama Do' singer stopped by the red carpet ahead of performing her brand new single 'Nasty' at the event in London.
The 'Money On My Mind' singer also performed live at the launch event for this year's BRITs.
The 'Wild' singer has adopted a new brunette bob to set off the new year right, while attending the nominations event this week.
The UK singer has just announced his debut studio album 'The Lonely Hour'. Picturet: JM Enternational
The four-piece have also been nominated for several awards at this year's event including Best British Album for 'Home'.
Pixie makes her return to the spotlight ready to promote her new single and upcoming new album.
The 'Children Of The Sun' rapper was also there to perform at the event. Picture: Getty
The British producer has been nominated for a BRIT Award at the February awards ceremony. Picture: Getty
The singer was celebrating her nomination for Critics' Choice this year, which was won by Sam Smith.