It's one of the highlights in the music industry calendar - the BRIT Awards is back for 2022.
With star guests, surprise winners and unmissable performances, the BRITs always hits headlines.
Make sure you catch all of the action as it happens by checking how to watch, who to look out for and which categories are the most hotly contested this year.
How can I watch the BRIT Awards 2022?
The BRIT Awards will air tonight, Tuesday 8 February, at 8pm on ITV and will continue live from London's O2 Arena until 10.30pm.
Who is hosting the ceremony?
This year's ceremony marks an end to Jack Whitehall's four years in a row fronting the awards, with fellow comedian Mo Gilligan taking over as host.
Gilligan is known for starring on the panel of The Masked Singer and The Masked Dancer, as well as hosting The Big Narstie Show.
He also presented the recent Channel 4 one-off revival of The Big Breakfast alongside AJ Odudu.
Who will be performing at the BRITs 2022?
The show always manages to sign up some big name performers and this year is no different, with many of those nominated for awards also taking the stage.
Performers will include Adele, recently back from the US after cancelling some of her Las Vegas residency shows, and Ed Sheeran.
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The live line-up also includes Dave, Sam Fender, Liam Gallagher, Little Simz and Holly Humberstone.
Last to be announced as performers on the night were Anne-Marie, KSI and Digital Farm Animals with their song-of-the-year-nominated Don't Play.
Who is nominated for awards at the BRITs 2022?
As ever, there's a long list of nominees hoping to pick up awards at the BRITs.
Big categories include album of the year, which will be fought out between Adele, Dave, Ed Sheeran, Little Simz and Sam Fender - who are all also up for artist of the year.
Best group nominees are Coldplay, D-Block Europe, Little Mix, London Grammar and Wolf Alice.
International artist nominees include Billie Eilish, Doja Cat, Lil Nas X, Olivia Rodrigo and Taylor Swift.
Other categories to look out for include international group, song of the year, international song of the year and best new artist.
For the first time in BRITs history, a public vote will choose the winners of new categories Alternative/Rock Act, Dance Act, Hip Hop/Grime/Rap Act and Pop/R&B Act with TikTok users having cast their votes.
Watch: Mo Gilligan prepares to host the BRIT Awards