Who's performing on the BRITs 2018 tonight?
The Golden Globe Awards marked the start of the season and many celebrities choosing to wear black to show their support for the Time's Up movement - an initiative demanding an end to sexual discrimination and misconduct in the entertainment industry.
Lipa, who topped United Kingdom charts with her song "No Rules", took the female prize and dedicated her trophy to all the female musicians who "have allowed us to dream this big".
She was later named best British breakthrough act, and took her younger sister and brother on stage with her, declaring: "I told them to believe in magic because it's real".
The Croydon-born star appeared to be overwhelmed as he accepted his first ever Brit award.
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Sheeran's prize was introduced by a video message from Elton John.
Presented by Rolling Stone, Ronnie Wood, who said he was a "prolific songwriter" who is "doing England proud". She had been due to make a surprise appearance in tribute to 22 people killed when a bomber blew himself up at a Grande concert in Manchester in May.
The emotional gig featured performances from the likes of Gallagher, Miley Cyrus, Take That, Robbie Williams, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber and Coldplay, and helped the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund raise more than £10 million to help those injured or bereaved in the attack.
After winning best British band, Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn slurred his way through a freaky acceptance speech, during which he made his feelings on Brexit particularly clear.
"Considering our size we do incredible things in music, we've got a real spirit and a real soul, and don't let politics get in the way of all that (stuff), alright?" For years that prize was invariably won by One Direction; this year it went to a member of that band, Harry Styles.