The presenter was nowhere to be found for his Radio 1 Breakfast show on Wednesday morning.
The 21-year-old rapper and Top Boy star did not hold back as he performed an acoustic version of his track Black.
The comedian host put joking aside to remember “kind and vibrant” Flack.
The Someone You Loved singer is worried he may fail to hit the high notes at the event, broadcast on live TV.
Being the recipient of a Brit Award is certainly something to add to your CV, but some stars must barely have room to list them all.Over the years, certain music icons have been triumphant time and time again at the music awards as they’ve stood the test of time and proved they are far from a one-hit wonder.But it isn’t just their musical talent they’ll be remembered for either, as four of the most celebrated acts have also been involved in some of the most controversial moments from the ceremony too.Read more: Peter Andre slams Brit Awards for axing best male and best female categoriesUp-and-coming artists have a lot to live up to when it comes to the most-decorated Brits stars.
Anything could happen on live TV - and no show proves that sentiment more than the Brit Awards.The ceremony is notorious for the - often booze-fuelled - antics of its guests and the chaos that ensues when they are allowed to be broadcast straight into the living rooms of thousands.There have been many memorable moments from the ceremony throughout the years with most of them awkward enough to make your skin crawl without even being in the room.Read more: All the snubs and surprises from the 2020 Brit Award nominationsThere really is no other ceremony quite the unruly music awards.
The 'Good Morning Britain' colleagues were divided on whether scrapping male and female awards was a good thing.
Gavin Williamson said those who were intent on bringing "destruction, death and bloodshed" onto the streets of Britain were being "hunted down".
The survey of 1,500 new students also found that while 75% said they felt confident they had the ‘practical skills’ to live away from home, a staggering 68% admitted to never having paid a bill.
Non-Brits have lifted the lid on what they think about British people in an entertaining thread that has proved a hit on Reddit. The question, “Non-British people, what do you think of the UK and it’s people?”, prompted a range of responses with more than 6,500 comments on it in just one day.
For some, a BRIT Awards “horror story” might comprise of an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction, unexpected stage invasion or a spectacular tumble mid-performance. The Teenage Dream singer, who delivered a show-stopping performance of her latest track ‘Chained to the Rhythm’ on the BRITs stage last night, recently opened up about her disastrous first appearance at the star-studded event.
As if we couldn’t be more excited about tomorrow night’s BRIT Awards, Ed Sheeran has now announced that he will be performing a brand new single with a special guest during tomorrow night’s show. Ahhh, who on earth could the special guest be? Who has Ed teamed up with??
Ladies and gentlemen, the wait is almost over – tomorrow night the biggest and best stars of the UK music industry will be attending the swanky BRIT Awards in London, with many hoping to nab themselves a coveted trophy.Of course one of the highest accolades of the night is the award for Best British Single, so we thought we’d take a look back at every single previous winner from the category – and boy was it a walk down memory lane.This year’s nominees for Best British Single are:Alan Walker – ‘Faded’Calum Scott – ‘Dancing On My Own’Calvin Harris feat. Rihanna – ‘This Is What You Came For’Clean Bandit feat. Sean Paul & Anne-Marie – ‘Rockabye’Coldplay – ‘Hymn For The Weekend’James Arthur – ‘Say You Won’t Let Go’Jonas Blue feat. Dakota – ‘Fast Car’Little Mix – ‘Shout Out To My Ex’Tinie Tempah feat. Zara Larsson – ‘Girls Like’Zayn – ‘Pillowtalk’
Pop legend Robbie Williams sang his latest single with the nine-year-old daughter of a mega fan at a surprise gig at her local cinema, as part of Mastercard's Priceless Surprises campaign.
Brits’ fondness for apologising even when not in the wrong is not only well documented – but backed up by scientific proof.