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.
The BBC Breakfast host reached out to the former One Direction star on Twitter to ask what had upset him.
The 'Strip That Down' singer feels like he's shed his 'Mr. Vanilla' image with 'raunchy' new album LP1.
The former One Direction star said he suffered from crippling self-doubts when ex-girlfriend Cheryl gave birth to their son.
The 'Castle On The Hill' singer earned more than 'Harry Potter' star Daniel Radcliffe and Harry Style combined.
The 'Slow Hands' singer said that the foursome would have 'ended up killing each other' if they hadn't taken a break.
The British singer, of 1D fame, opened up about the “dark side I’ve gone through” in a new interview.
The 18-year-old sister of the boyband star died by misadventure, a judge has ruled, after taking a cocktail of drugs.
Former One Direction member Harry Styles has revealed he once got so high on magic mushrooms it resulted in him biting off part of his tongue.
Louis Tomlinson has hit back following a report that 'rivalry and hatred' tore One Direction apart, saying it was rubbish.
HBO show 'Euphoria' featured an animated sex scene between 1D's Louis Tomlinson and Harry Styles.
Former One Direction singer Liam Payne has confessed he often turned to drink to deal with the disorientating effects of the band's worldwide fame.
Real-life couple Robbie Williams and Ayda Field mentored the 'Groups' and 'Overs' respectively during the most recent series of 'The X Factor'.
James Corden and Olly Murs were among the first to send their condolences to the One Direction star
Louis' sister Félicité sadly passed away following a suspected heart attack on Wednesday 15 March.