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21 February 2012, 12:40 | Updated: 21 February 2012, 13:03
The 'A Team' singer has posted thanks to everyone for supporting him, regardless of whether he wins at tonight's awards show.
Ed Sheeran has wished all of the BRIT Awards nominated acts good luck ahead of tonight's ceremony at London's O2 Arena.
The 'Lego House' singer-songwriter is up for four awards at the prestigious event, but says regardless of tonight's outcome he has had a "brilliant" year.
"Good luck to everyone else nominated," Ed tweeted this afternoon (21st February). "It's a fantastic time for British music at the moment.
"Awards or no awards, I've had a brilliant year," the 'Drunk' singer posted. "Thank you to all family, friends, radio DJs, media and every single fan who has supported!"
He added: "Let's go get 'em."
Ed Sheeran has been nominated for British Male Solo Artist, British Breakthrough, British Album of the Year and Best British Single for his debut release 'The A Team'.
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