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The BRITs is never without controversy or a few OMG moments! What could this year's ceremony have in store? Join Capital as we take a look at some of the most likely predictions for 2013 event.
They've been avoiding each other for the past month since their public split - but what better way to bury the hatchet and show they can still be friends by enjoying an embrace in front of the world? Picture: Splash
All the talk of the recent Grammys was how much flesh will the stars flash? After show bosses put a ban on revealing and saucy outfits could the BRITs be a chance for those same stars to go wild with their outfits?
She was strongly rumoured to be taking to the stage before the final list of performers was announced - but what red carpet is complete without an appearance from Queen Bey?
He was among the top performers of the event last year and now has the chance to be named the BRITs' top male if he can beat the likes of Plan B and Calvin Harris. Every the energetic star, we're sure it would be hard for the singer to hide his emotions there could be an acrobatic move or two on that stage if the Essex chap's name is called.
2012 was undoubtedly the year of Emeli. She performed at the opening and closing ceremonies of the London 2012 Olympic Games, got married and has had number one after number one. What better way to kick off her 2013 than by adding to last year's Critics' Choice win and filling her awards cabinet?
Some One Direction fans didn't even realise the band's new charity single was a cover and it would be a great passing over the torch having the Blondie front woman to join the group for a few lines of their new Vodafone Big Top 40 number one.
Having been named the prize's recipient two-years in a row, the Bajan star will be hoping to score her hat-trick at this year's event. However, she will face stiff competition from the likes of Taylor Swift, who has enjoyed a tremendous past twelve months.
He's a good friend of the group and could use his latest hosting role to take a pop at the band's ever colourful romantic lives during his introductory speech. Picture: Twitter
It's been rumoured that the rapper won't make it to London this week for the show, but with reports he's plotting a huge after-party for his Roc Nation crew, could Hova surprise the world and join Mr. JT on the big stage in the same fashion as the Grammys?
It's gone down as one of the greatest BRITs moments of all time: when the Take That man challenged the Oasis frontman to a fight live on stage. Could this be the night he takes another cheeky swipe at the Manchester man?
The 'Someone Like You' singer is the bookies' favourite to take the prize for her James Bond theme 'Skyfall' and would make it her fourth BRITs win of all time.
It was the talking point of the 2012 event as the comedian was forced to interrupt Adele's big moment on stage. The singer was picking up the Album Of The Year crown when James was forced to introduce Blur on stage. She promptly flipped the middle finger and created headlines for the next day. Could lightning possibly strike twice?