Friday, December 11, 2015

Adele Dominating At BBC Music Awards

The winners on the BBC Music Awards 2015 happen to be revealed tonight within a star-studded show on the Genting Arena, Birmingham. Jammed with breathtaking performances from some with the biggest names within the international music scene, five awards received out on the night time.

Adele was crowned British Artist from the Year inside the first of her double honours in the night, as revealed by Rod Stewart. Queen's Brian May announced her second gong: BBC Live Performance with the Year for Adele with the BBC, A BBC One Special.

Adele sent some text of as a result of her fans: "Sorry I'm not there, I'm absolutely gutted but thanks much for my award. Thank you so, a great deal. I hope you're all creating a wonderful night." Check Adele Hello sheet music page.

Birmingham's own International star, Citizen Khan - aka actor Adil Ray - latched onto the stage to announce Taylor Swift as International Artist from the Year.

Taylor Swift sent this message from Australia where she's on tour: "I wish I could be with you right this moment but I'm on tour in Australia. Thank you a great deal for this BBC Music Award for International Artist with the Year. It was a fantastic highlight on the year to me getting to play Big Weekend in Norwich. You guys are already so supportive and wonderful. Thank you a whole lot, it's amazing."

Chris Evans and Fearne Cotton presented Jack Garratt in reference to his BBC Music Introducing Artist with the Year Award before his electrifying performance of Worry.

The fifth and final award with the evening was presented by Radio 1's Greg James and Radio 2's Jo Whiley to Hozier whose Take Me To Church was crowned by public vote as Song with the Year.

Wrapping in the event, hosts Chris Evans and Fearne Cotton also announced that this BBC Music Awards will go back to Birmingham's Genting Arena next December for your 2016 BBC Music Awards.

Hosted by Chris Evans and Fearne Cotton, the BBC Music Awards came about in front of a live audience at The Genting Arena, Birmngham and you will be broadcast to millions more in the united states on BBC One, Radio 2 at bbc.co.uk/music. Radio 1 had all of the backstage action through the show. The star-studded evening saw performances from several internationally recognised names including Ellie Goulding, Faithless, Hozier, James Bay, Jess Glynne, Little Mix, OMI, One Direction, Rod Stewart, Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott, Stereophonics, The Shires and Years & Years, plus BBC Introducing Artist on the Year, Jack Garratt.

One Direction got the evening started with favourite Drag Me Down then Ellie Goulding wooed the listeners with Love Me Like You Do. Stereophonics performed C'est La Vie prior to BBC Concert Orchestra saluted Frank Sinatra’s 100th centenary with New York New York. Hozier was bulimia with Take Me To Church, then Little Mix with Black Magic, and then OMI with Cheerleader. Jess Glynne sang Hold My Hand and James Bay sang Hold Back the River. Then Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott connected with The Shires for just a Country feast and sang The Austerity of Love, Nashville Grey Skies and Leaving over a Jet Plane. Introducing Artist with the Year, Jack Garratt sang Worry and Years and Years sang King. Faithless sang Insomnia and Rod Stewart had everyone dancing using a grand finale of Please and Sailing.

Adele Performing Hello Live

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