Here Are All the Winners at the 2019 BRIT Awards

George Ezra performs in London in 2018. Photo by Daniel Mackie/REX/Shutterstock (9490496p)

The BRITs 2019 took place last night (February 20) in London and the event was hosted once again by the hilarious Jack Whitehall.

We were pleased to see George Ezra pick up the prize for Best British Male Solo and our girl Ariana Grande picked up the award for Best International Female Solo. The 1975 also took home a couple of awards and Little Mix and Nicki Minaj won an award for their banging music video for ‘Woman Like Me.’

You can view the full list of nominees for each category here. (Winners in bold):

Best British Male Solo

Aphex Twin
Craig David
George Ezra
Sam Smith

Best British Female Solo

Florence + The Machine
Jess Glynne
Jorja Smith
Lily Allen

Best British Single

Anne-Marie – ‘2002’
Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa – ‘One Kiss’
Clean Bandit – ‘Solo
Dua Lipa – ‘IDGAF’
George Ezra – ‘Shotgun’
Jess Glynne – ‘I’ll Be There’
Ramz – ‘Barking’
Rudimental – ‘These Days’
Sigala & Paloma Faith – ‘Lullaby’
Tom Walker – ‘Leave A Light On’

Best British Group

The 1975 
Arctic Monkeys
Little Mix
Years & Years

Best British Breakthrough

Ella Mai
Jorja Smith
Tom Walker 

Best British Artist Video Of The Year

Anne-Marie – ‘2002’
Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa – ‘One Kiss’
Rudimental – ‘These Days’
Little Mix ft. Nicki Minaj – ‘Woman Like Me’
Dua Lipa – ‘IDGAF’
Rita Ora – ‘Phoenix’
Jax Jones – ‘Breathe’
Clean Bandit – ‘Solo’
Jonas Blue – ‘Rise’
Rita Ora and Liam Payne – ‘For You’

Best International Male Solo

Kamasi Washington
Shawn Mendes
Travis Scott

Best International Group

The Carters 
First Aid Kit
Nile Rodgers & Chic
Twenty One Pilots

Best International Female Solo

Ariana Grande 
Camila Cabello
Cardi B
Christine And The Queens
Janelle Monáe

Mastercard Best British Album

The 1975 – ’A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’ 
Anne-Marie – ‘Speak Your Mind’
Florence + The Machine – ‘High As Hope’
George Ezra – ‘Staying At Tamara’s’
Jorja Smith – ‘Lost & Found’

Outstanding Contribution to Music


Best British Producer

Calvin Harris 

BRITs Global Success Award

Ed Sheeran 

Critics’ Choice

Sam Fender