2007 Brit Awards: Who Wore What, Who Won What

  1. The Killers, Arctic Monkeys, Furtado win at Brit music awards


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    Jill Lawless

    By Jill Lawless
    LONDON (AP) - The Killers and the Arctic Monkeys, indie rockers from opposite sides of the Atlantic, took two trophies apiece Wednesday at Britain's prestigious music industry awards, the Brits.
    Canadian songstress Nelly Furtado took the prize for international female act.
    Las Vegas natives the Killers, who broke out in Britain before finding success at home, were named international group of the year at the British equivalent of the Grammys. They also took the international album prize for "Sam's Town."
    Infectious rockers the Arctic Monkeys - who released Britain's fastest-selling debut album after building a cult Internet following - were named best British band. The Sheffield quartet also took the British album prize for "Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not."
    Amy Winehouse, a 23-year-old singer renowned for her hell-raising lifestyle and gritty, jazz-influenced vocals, was named female British act of the year. Her 2003 debut album, "Frank," was praised for its fresh take on jazz vocals. Her second, "Back to Black" has topped British charts, and spawned the autobiographical top 10 single "Rehab."
    Gravel-voiced singer-songwriter James Morrison was named best male British act. Former busker Morrison, 22, topped the British album chart last year with his debut album, "Undiscovered."
    "This one's for every singer-songwriter still playing in pubs," he said as he accepted his award.
    Justin Timberlake took the prize for best international male, while Los Angeles-based band Orson were named international breakthrough act.
    Angsty rockers Muse were named best live act, while Glasgow trio the Fratellis were named British breakthrough act.
    The British single prize, decided by viewers' votes, went to "Patience" by Take That, the former 1990s boy band whose chart-topping comeback - minus original member Robbie Williams - was one of the biggest British music stories of 2006.
    The ceremony was shown live on television for the first time since 1989, when the hosts - Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac and topless model Samantha Fox - presided over a shambolic broadcast.
    Wednesday's show went smoothly, with live performances from Take That, Winehouse, the Killers, Corrine Bailey Rae and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
    Oasis, the anthem-loving Manchester group which dominated Brit rock in the 1990s, received a special award for outstanding contribution to music.
    The Brit Awards are run by the British Phonographic Industry Ltd., an industry association. Most winners are selected by a vote of more than 1,000 industry members, including representatives from record companies, the media, retailers, record producers, disk jockeys and promoters.
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    Lilly Allen and Keith Allen
     
  3. wow is that really Joss Stone? where have I been hiding??
     
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  10. Great pics Caitlin thanks!
    Oooo... Take That looks good...& them Gallagher bros...olala.
     
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  13. Love the pics, I love amy winehouse!!! She is soooo cool!! And amazing music!
     
  14. Ooooooooooh, so many pix!!!!!!! Thank you! I can't watt to see the show on BBC America!

    Corinne Bailey Ray photographs so awkward sometimes. She's a cute girl.
     
  15. You're welcome, everyone!
    It aired in Britain yesterday and it airs in Canada tonight.