The DJ and producer Calvin Harris and the 1975 Alternative Band are among the winners of the Brit Awards, which took place in London on Wednesday night.
Harris and The 1975 have received two trophies, including the British producer of the Year and British single (Dua Lipa, "One KIss"), British group and British album of the Year "(" A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships ").
In the category "British album of the year" were also selected Anne-Marie – "Speak Your Mind", Florence + The Machine – "High As Hope", George Ezra – "Staying At Tamara's" and Jorja Smith – "Lost & Found ".
Jorja Smith was nominated "British female solo artist," and George Ezra was "British male solo artist".
Tom Walker was chosen by critics as "British breakthrough act" and "Woman Like Me" (Little Mix ft. Nicki Minaj) was the winner of the British video category.
Drake was chosen as the best international artist, while Ariana Grande was nominated the best international artist.
The Carters Duo (Beyonce and Jay-Z) was chosen as the best international group. Ed Sheeran received the "Brits global success" trophy, and Pink was awarded for his contribution to music, becoming the first international artist to receive this honorary trophy.
Anne-Marie and Dua Lipa led the selection list with four nominations, while Jorja Smith received three, and George Ezra.