BRIT Awards 2016: Rihanna's Joining Justin Bieber, Adele & Coldplay Performing At The BRITs!
3 February 2016, 06:13 | Updated: 30 March 2016, 13:50
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'Work' megastar Rihanna is joining top British talent on the performers line-up for this year's BRIT Awards- and after her killer performances in 2011 and 2012, we can't wait!
Rihanna will be joining the already stellar line-up, including Big Top 40 chart toppers Adele, Little Mix and Justin Bieber at this year's awards ceremony on 24th February.
BRIT Awards 2016 Performers
- Little Mix
- James Bay
- Jess Glynne
- The Weeknd
- Justin Bieber
Back in 2011 Adele gave a now iconic performance of ‘Someone Like You’ that helped thrust her into international stardom and cemented her status as one of the biggest singers on the planet, and now it’s been confirmed she’ll be back for the BRITs in February next year.
“You couldn’t get a bigger name in music right now,” BRITs chairman Max Lousada told The Guardian this week. “Adele is having an exceptional moment and The BRITs are delighted to be a part of her history, her present and future.
The BRIT Awards 2016 takes place on 24th February at London’s The O2, with nominations to be revealed 14th January.
“We’re really excited to be invited back to host The BRIT Awards 2016,” Ant & Dec said alongside the announcement they'll be back to host the show again. “In all honesty we only intended to do it for one year but had such a good time we are thrilled to be doing it again. “Both of us are looking forward to what will be an incredible night and we can’t wait to celebrate the achievement of British music once again.”
The 2015 BRITs saw a host of big names walk away with awards including the likes of Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran and Paloma Faith.