During the last year, the music awards have undergone many changes due to the pandemic: the red carpets were almost empty, there was no audience and, therefore, no cheers and applause in the performances. But it seems that this is changing.
The Grammys had a hundred privileged attendees, who were able to enjoy the moments of the night, and now it is their homonymous awards in England that will have attendees, acting as a pilot test for future events. What are these? The 2021 BRIT Awards.
In them, the 2020 musical releases will be awarded, putting the focus on British music. Of course, some of the singers who choose to take the statuette are Dua Lipa, Little Mix or The Weeknd —who we hope I swept, since they did not take even an award at the 2021 Grammys, with their consequent drama.
Dua Lipa and The Weeknd’s performances have been confirmed, but also Olivia Rodrigo, with her singles' Drivers License 'and Deja Vu,' and Coldplay among others. Additionally, Taylor Swift will take home the Global Icon award. Because she is, of course, an icon.
The 2021 BRIT Awards (sponsored by Mastercard) will be held at The O2 Arena London on 11 May and starts at 8:00pm BST, presented by Jack Whitehall, a well-known English celebrity on the island, and you can watch it completely free through its YouTube channel.