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The 2007 Brit Awards was the 27th edition of the biggest annual pop music awards in the United Kingdom. They are run by the British Phonographic Industry and took place on 14 February 2007 at the Earls Court in London. The show, when broadcast, attracted 5.43 million viewers. The ceremony was hosted by Russell Brand, with Fearne Cotton interviewing winners backstage, and the voiceover by Tom Baker. The show was supposedly being broadcast live for the first time since 1989, on ITV1; however, it was revealed to have been on a 30-second tape delay.[1] The sound occasionally dropped out, apparently in an attempt to censor strong language ("fuck" was always censored), although swearing by Liam Gallagher, Simon Pegg, Mark Owen and host Brand was nonetheless audible on the broadcast. The pre-show was called The BRITs Red Carpet, and was hosted by Lauren Laverne, Matt Willis, Alesha Dixon and Russell Howard. The show that followed was called The BRITs Encore.

Contents

1 Performances 2 Winners and nominees

2.1 Outstanding Contribution to Music

3 Moments

3.1 Russell Brand

4 References 5 External links

Performances[edit]

Artist(s) Song(s)

Scissor Sisters "I Don't Feel Like Dancing"

Snow Patrol "Chasing Cars"

Amy Winehouse "Rehab"

The Killers "When You Were Young"

Take That "Patience"

Red Hot Chili Peppers "Dani California"

Corinne Bailey Rae "Put Your Records On"

Oasis Cigarettes & Alcohol" "The Meaning of Soul "Morning Glory" "Don't Look Back in Anger" "Rock 'n' Roll Star"

Winners and nominees[edit]

British Album of the Year (presented by Sean Bean) British Single of the Year (presented by Alan Carr)

Arctic Monkeys – Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not

Amy Winehouse – Back to Black Lily Allen – Alright, Still Muse – Black Holes and Revelations Snow Patrol – Eyes Open

Take That – "Patience"

Razorlight – "America" Snow Patrol – "Chasing Cars" The Feeling – "Fill My Little World" Will Young – "All Time Love" James Morrison – "You Give Me Something" eliminated on Round 2 Leona Lewis – "A Moment Like This" eliminated on Round 2 Lily Allen – "Smile" eliminated on Round 2 Corinne Bailey Rae – "Put Your Records On" eliminated on Round 1 Sandi Thom – "I Wish I Was a Punk Rocker" eliminated on Round 1 The Kooks – "She Moves in Her Own Way" eliminated on Round 1

British Male Solo Artist (presented by Joss Stone) British Female Solo Artist (presented by Jo Whiley)

James Morrison

Jarvis Cocker Lemar Paolo Nutini Thom Yorke

Amy Winehouse

Corinne Bailey Rae Jamelia Lily Allen Nerina Pallot

British Group (presented by Anthony Head) British Breakthrough Act (presented by Jarvis Cocker)

Arctic Monkeys

Kasabian Muse Razorlight Snow Patrol

The Fratellis

Corinne Bailey Rae James Morrison The Kooks Lily Allen

British Live Act (presented by Keith Allen) International Album (presented by Nick Frost and Simon Pegg)

Muse

George Michael Guillemots Kasabian Robbie Williams

The Killers – Sam's Town

Bob Dylan – Modern Times Gnarls Barkley – St. Elsewhere Justin Timberlake – FutureSex/LoveSounds Scissor Sisters – Ta-Dah

International Male Solo Artist (presented by Erin O'Connor and Roland Mouret) International Female Solo Artist (presented by Ricky Wilson)

Justin Timberlake

Beck Bob Dylan Damien Rice Jack Johnson

Nelly Furtado

Beyoncé Cat Power Christina Aguilera Pink

International Group (presented by Steven Tyler and Sophie Ellis-Bextor) International Breakthrough Act (presented by Toni Collette)

The Killers

The Flaming Lips Gnarls Barkley Red Hot Chili Peppers Scissor Sisters

Orson

Gnarls Barkley The Raconteurs Ray Lamontagne Wolfmother

Outstanding Contribution to Music[edit]

Oasis (presented by Russell Brand)

Christina Aguilera La cantante norteamericana pudo llevarse la famosa estatuilla, gracias a la gran popularidad de su Album Back To Basics. Tambien logro acreditarse del premio por que en ese momento ella se encontraba de gira, gira que empezo en Londres. Gano la estatuilla a Best Female Solo Artist International Moments[edit] Russell Brand[edit] Some controversy was caused by the host of the 2007 Awards ceremony, comedian Russell Brand, who made several quips relating to news stories of the time including singer Robbie Williams' entering rehab for addiction to prescription drugs, the Queen's 'naughty bits' and a fatal friendly fire incident involving a British soldier killed by American armed forces in Iraq. ITV1 received over 300 complaint calls from viewers.[2] He would again instigate controversy the following year at the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards. References[edit]

^ ITV Teletext news story, 16 February 2007 ^ "Viewers complain over Brits jokes". BBC News. 15 February 2007. Retrieved 23 February 2008. 

External links[edit]

BRIT Awards official website

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Current awards

British Album of the Year British Single of the Year British Video of the Year British Producer of the Year British Male Solo Artist British Female Solo Artist British Group British Breakthrough Act International Male Solo Artist International Female Solo Artist International Group Critics' Choice Award Global Success Award Icon Award

Defunct awards

British Live Act British Urban Act British Rock Act British Dance Act British Pop Act International Album International Artist International Solo Artist International Breakthrough Act Best Classical Recording Best Selling Album Best Selling Single Best Comedy Recording Best Soundtrack/Cast Recording Best Selling British Album Act Best Selling Live Act British Non-Musical Recording Best Orchestral Album Best Classical Soloist Album Most Successful Live Act Outstanding Contribution to Music Artist of a Generation Freddie Mercury Award Lifetime Achievement Award Sony Trophy for Technical Excellence Special Award Special Recognition Best British Song of 25 Years Best British Album of 30 Years Best Live Performance of 30 Years

Albums

Brit Awards 2014 Brit Awards 2015 Brit Awards 2016 Brit Awards 2017 Brit Awards 2018

Related

British Phonographic Industry Classic Brit Awards

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Russell Brand

Television/Online

RE:Brand Kings of Comedy Russell Brand's Got Issues The Russell Brand Show Russell Brand's Ponderland Brand X with Russell Brand The Trews

Radio/Podcast

The Russell Brand Show Under The Skin with Russell Brand

Films

Brand: A Second Coming The Emperor's New Clothes

Books

My Booky Wook Articles of Faith Booky Wook 2: This Time It's Personal Revolution

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