Inside the boozy Brits afterparties as Laura Whitmore dances with Emily Atack and Lewis Capaldi gets really p***ed


LAST night saw some of the biggest names of pop let their hair down as they partied the night away following the Brit Awards.

Stars of the TV, music and movies headed to various afterparties hosted by Sony, Warner and Universal and shared glimpses of what really went down on their social media accounts.

Lewis Capaldi celebrated alongside Emily Atack

Big winner of the night Lewis Capaldi really made sure he celebrated his success by enjoying a few drinks.

He told The Sun before the ceremony: Ill go, Yippee. Im going to get p****d regardless, it doesnt really matter.

The singer was seen cuddling up to Emily Atack at a bash and she posted a picture of them, writing: “My chin is better. Love ya.”

Emily was also seen partying alongside Laura Whitmore as they danced the night away.

Laura Whitmore danced the night away with Emily
The pair enjoyed the night after a difficult few days
Mel C took to the dec at Universal
Harry Styles turned on the charm at one of the parties
Kendall Jenner reunited with Harry at the Sony party
Niall Horan posed up with man of the moment Lewis

Amber Davies seemed to be having fun as well and joined Michelle Keegan at one of the bashes.

Meanwhile Harry Styles was the man of the moment at one of the parties as he caught up with ex Kendall Jenner and chatted away to Ella Eyre.

Lewis Capaldi and Dave were among the big winners at the awards last night/

Lewis took home the song of the year and best new artist awards, while Dave won the coveted album of the year gong for Psychodrama.

The show featured performances from artists including Billie Eilish, Capaldi, Dave, Stormzy and Sir Rod Stewart.

Lewis struck a pose as the celebrated
Harry was seen letting his hair down after his performance

Keith Lemon looked very dapper as he posed with Lady Leshurr

Clara Amfo and Mabel shared a giggle

Mabel, who won the best female artist gong, opened the show at the O2 Arena with her song Don’t Call Me Up.

She said that it felt like a “full-circle” moment after her mother, musician Neneh Cherry, performed at the ceremony decades earlier.

Prior to her performance, she said on the red carpet: “It’s actually 30 years since my mum performed at the Brits and it’s just so amazing and such a lovely, sort of full-circle moment.

“Mainly I just feel so honoured to be here tonight, it’s been such a journey”.

Michelle Keegan looked like she was having fun at one of the parties
Michelle was joined by Amber Davies as they struck a pose

Other winners included Billie Eilish, who won best international female solo artist, and Tyler, The Creator, who scooped the equivalent male award.

Billie, who performed her new James Bond song during the ceremony, said London felt “like a second home” to her and that seeing the crowds made her emotional.

“I have felt very hated recently,” she said.

“When I was on stage and I saw you guys all smiling at me it genuinely made me want to cry and I want to cry now.”


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