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BRIT Awards 2019: The 1975, H.E.R. And Last Year's Big Winner Dua Lipa Set To Perform

Find out how you can keep up to date with all the red carpet gossip and winners throughout the night.

Dua Lipa The BRITS Ref 35142017 Credit: Victoria Jones/PA Archive/PA Images

Tonight's BRIT Awards 2019 with Mastercard promise to be as entertaining as ever with past events including Adele having her speech cut short in 2012 and Pulp's Jarvis Cocker running across the stage during Michael Jackson's performance of Earth Song in 1996.

So what's going to happen this year and how can you keep up to date?

Forces Radio BFBS presenters Jess Bracey and Adam Richardson will be on the red carpet as the celebrities start arriving and Nicky Smith will be back in the studio, hearing what they have to say, and keeping you in check with all the winners from the evening.

If you’re overseas you can watch the whole show on BFBS TV from 8pm UKT or if you’re in the UK you can watch it on ITV.

Alternatively, you can follow all the action on the Forces Network where we will be hosting a live blog.

The BRIT Awards start at 7:30pm UKT tonight but join us on air and online for coverage from 4pm. Yes, we're just a little bit excited.

The world’s biggest names in music will gather tonight to celebrate another outstanding year of British Music.

Performers due to wow the crowds with stunning live performances at London’s O2 Arena include:

  • Hugh Jackman and The Greatest Showman
  • Jess Glynne ft. H.E.R
  • P!nk
  • Little Mix ft. Ms Banks
  • The 1975
  • Calvin Harris ft Rag’n’Bone
  • Sam Smith & Dua Lipa
  • Jorja Smith
  • George Ezra

The best bands, artists and musicians from the UK and across the globe, will be hoping to claim an exclusive BRIT Award, this year designed by Sir David Adjaye.

For the second year running comedian, Jack Whitehall will be presenting the awards.

We're surprised he was asked back after last year when he took the mick out of Niall Horan, Ed Sheeran, Harry Kane and many more. We loved it though, right?

In the video below Jack makes a 'heartfelt' apology to the stars he offended.

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