Here's Who Will Be Performing & Hosting At The BRIT Awards

1 February 2023, 10:07

By Kathryn Knight

The BRITs have announced who will be performing at this year's ceremony! But who is hosting the show and when is the event? Here's everything you need to know.

The BRIT Awards is one of the biggest events in the music industry so as well as award nominations for the world's hottest artists, it brings with it a massive show.

After announcing this year's nominees, the performers for the 2023 event have also been revealed and this year they include Lewis Capaldi, Harry Styles, Stormzy, Sam Smith and Lizzo!

More performers will no doubt be announced in the run-up to the evening, which is on Saturday 11th February, but for now here's who you can get excited about watching on BRITs night as well as all the information you need around one of the most prestigious events in music.

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Sam Smith and Kim Petras will perform at the BRIT Awards
Sam Smith and Kim Petras will perform at the BRIT Awards. Picture: Getty
Lizzo is performing at the BRITs
Lizzo is performing at the BRITs. Picture: Getty

Who's performing at the BRIT Awards?

The latest artist to be confirmed performing at this year's BRIT Awards is Lewis Capaldi! It comes after Lizzo was announced as a 2023 BRITs performer days after her pal Harry Styles was also confirmed.

If that wasn't star-studded enough, Stormzy will also be performing at this year's BRITs!

They join David Guetta, Becky Hill and Ella Henderson, indie rock band Wet Leg, rising star Cat Burns and pop icons Sam Smith and Kim Petras as 2023 BRITs performers after the artists reached new levels of stardom in 2022.

Sam and Kim had one of the biggest songs of the year last year with 'Unholy' and Wet Leg's self-titled debut album soared to Number 1.

Harry is nominated for four BRITs this year; Song of the Year, Artist of the Year, Album of the Year, and Pop/R&B Act.

Meanwhile, Lizzo is nominated for International Artist of the Year and International Song of the Year for 'About Damn Time'.

Stormzy is up for three gongs; Artist of the Year, Best Album, and Best Hip-Hop/Grime/Rap Act while Lewis is nominated for Song of the Year for 'Forget Me'.

The BRITs might even announce even more artists as performers at this year's ceremony, so keep an eye on this page! So far, here's who's been announced to perform at the BRITs 2023:

  • Lewis Capaldi
  • Stormzy
  • Lizzo
  • Harry Styles
  • David Guetta, Becky Hill and Ella Henderson
  • Wet Leg
  • Cat Burns
  • Sam Smith and Kim Petras
Stormzy is on the BRITs performance line-up
Stormzy is on the BRITs performance line-up. Picture: Getty
Harry Styles will perform at the 2023 BRITs
Harry Styles will perform at the 2023 BRITs. Picture: Getty
Wet Leg will perform at the 2023 BRIT Awards
Wet Leg will perform at the 2023 BRIT Awards. Picture: Getty

When are the 2023 BRITs?

The BRIT Awards will take place on Saturday 11th February.

It's the first time the event will be on a weekend, after typically taking place midweek.

Mo Gilligan will host The BRITs once again
Mo Gilligan will host The BRITs once again. Picture: Getty

Who's hosting the BRITs this year?

Mo Gilligan returns to host the BRIT Awards after successfully taking over the job last year.

He called fronting the prestigious event, 'one of the most phenomenal moments in my life'.

The comedian said ahead of this year's ceremony: "I’ve been so honoured to get to know the incredible team behind the biggest night in music and so proud to bring our amazing audiences even closer to their favourite artists. I promise you, we’re going to go even bigger this year… Let's go!"

The BRIT Awards 2023 will be at The O2, London
The BRIT Awards 2023 will be at The O2, London. Picture: Getty

Where are the BRITs 2023?

The BRIT Awards will be at The O2, London once again!

How can I watch The BRITs 2023?

The 2023 BRIT Awards will be live on ITV1 and ITVX for viewers in the UK.

If you're watching internationally, the event will be live-streamed on YouTube too.

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