1. Best of the Brits

    With BRITs buzz still circulating the office (Did you see Beyonce's performance? Why was Ellie Goulding dressed as a princess? And of course, WHAT was Katy Perry THINKING?) we're turning the clock back and taking a look at our top historic BRIT ceremony moments. With so many memorable performances, mishaps and outfits, it was difficult to choose. Do you agree with our final selection? The Outfit Well, this was never going to be difficult. If we didn't mention Geri Halliwell and her triumphant Union Jack dress, we'd be doing ourselves, and this blog post, a disservice. Worn during the Spice Girls' 1997 performance of "Who Do You Think You Are?", it would become a classic BRIT moment. Originally planning to wear just a plain black Gucci dress, at the last minute Geri decided it was too boring, and asked her sister to sew on the Union Jack tea towl to the front. Viva forever! BRITS BLOG 1 The Performance It was 2003. Justin and Kylie were both individually enjoying the prime of their careers; Kylie still fresh from Spinning Around-induced fame and JT thanks to the success of his first solo album Justified, released just a year earlier. A bizarre pairing, we'll give you that, but who can forget the performance which saw the pair partake in a delightfully cheesy dance routine and cringe-worthy groping on stage. BRIT AWARDS 3 The Speech At last year's ceremony, singer Adele took to the stage to receive her prize for Best British album. Mid speech, host James Cordon was forced to cut the star's speech short to make way for Blur's closing set. We couldn't believe it either, and think her response was perfect. BRIT AWARDS 2 The Controversy This list wouldn't be complete without a mention to the Gallagher brothers and Oasis, after all they are some pretty famous Brits. In 1995 we were in the bitter throes of Britpop rivalry, and the band's famous beef with Blur played out when it was Blur who took the award for Best Group. Later in the evening, as the band accepted Best Newcomers, they also famously badmouthed INXS frontman Mick
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  2. David Bailey: A Sprinkle of Stardust

    David Bailey: A Sprinkle of Stardust
    One of the world
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  3. Dress Your Date

    Whether you
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  4. Photo Story: The HYMN Launch Party

    Photo Story: The HYMN Launch Party

    Photography by Laurence Stephens

    This time last week we were excitedly making our way to the official HYMN Launch Party in London

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  5. Theatre Fix: BLURRED LINES at The Shed

    Blurred Lines Provoked by Robin Thicke
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  6. Him for HYMN: Singer - Sam Mason

    In the last of our Him for HYMN specials before tonight
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  7. Him for HYMN: Artist - Tom Leamon

    In the latest of this week
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  8. Him for HYMN: Barber - Benjamin May

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