Take That has won the Best British Group at the Brit Awards this year, 21 years after its début.
The group has, over its history, scored 17 number-one hits, and reunited in the 2000s.
That That’s newest album, Progress, scored ﬁrst-day sales of over 235,000, eclipsing Oasis’s Be Here Now of 1997.
In our videos, courtesy ITN, Olly Murs was excited earlier in the evening about the Brit Awards; Will Young gives his thoughts on whom he should win; and Mark Ronson says why he prefers the Brits to the Grammys.
We also have a video of Tinie Tempah (who won two awards for British Breakthrough Act and Best Single for ‘Pass Out’), Jessie J, Keith Lemon, Eliza Doolittle and Plan B on the red carpet at the Brit Awards.
In unrelated music and entertainment news, here’s Justin Bieber crashing Johnny Depp’s press conference after the young singer heard that the actor was in the building:
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