Damon Albarn made this year’s Brits feel like the awards show’s golden years again, as he provided a couple of minutes of chaos during his acceptance speech.
Once the cameras stop rolling for the BRIT Awards that’s when all the uncensored fun begins at the star-studded after parties. The free-flowing booze always helps turns this music affair into one of the wildest nights on the UK music industry’s calendar. Here are a few of our favourite moments with the celebs at this year’s array of shindigs.
Former bad boy Robbie Williams has his sights set on being ‘Mr Saturday Night’ – an all singing and dancing entertainment maestro just like his showbiz idols Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise. Taking over from the likes of Ant and Dec is part of his 10-year master plan but until then we’ve got this year’s tour to look forward to, probably a few more albums and undoubtedly a lot more Robbie shenanigans. Speaking ahead of his performance at the 2017 BRIT awards, Robbie, 43, told Yahoo Celeb: ‘I love showbiz and what’s more showbiz than being Mr Saturday night?