The Brits in general Reviews
Description:The British music industry let's it's hair down to party.
Newest Review: ... considering what is going on in the media at the moment. Overall, the musical performances were what made the night. I loved the duets between Dizzy Rascal and Florence, Jay Z and Alicia Keys as well as Cheryl Cole. Her performance was great and good on her for doing her best even though the she's having a hard time at the minute. Although I kind of understood where Lady Gaga was coming ... more
Customer The Brits in general Reviews (16)
by - written on 23/02/10 (Very useful, 73 readings)
I'm a huge fan of the Brits so like many of us, I tuned in the other night to watch this years awards. I can't say that I was too impressed though. Peter Key hosted this year but I wouldn't have missed him if he didn't. I would have been much happier if different people had just presented the awards all night or there were more musical performances. Kay was trying way too hard to be funny and I didn't end up laughing at any of his jokes because of this. He wasn't funny at all. His dig at Cheryl Cole after her performance was untactful and cheap and I don't think a lot of people would have seen the funny side of this, considering what is going on in the media ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/10 (Very useful, 49 readings)
What a complete load of old cods wallop graced our screens last night in the guise of the Brit awards. I remember when I was a child, I thought the Brits was the coolest show to grace our tv screens. As I have got older my love for the Brit awards has never died. Until last night when I was left thinking if this is the best of British then guys we are in deep trouble!! Firstly the host Peter Kay was just trying to hard to be funny. Most of the time his jokes fell on deaf ears and made for awkward viewing. I liked his no nonsense approach and one or two of his quips were amusing. However I think he failed to realise that this show was not about him. He found it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/10, updated on 17/02/10 (Very useful, 173 readings)
So I settled down last night to watch the Brit Awards 2010, for one reason only, because Florence and the Machine was featuring and I wanted to see her perform live. I generally avoid award ceremonies on TV, not for any specific reason other than I find them slightly tedious, with the exception of The Pride of Britain Awards; also given that I rarely watch TV, I normally miss them anyway unless someone tells me about a particular show. I guess that's why I ended up tuning in to the Brits this year, as someone told me about Florence performing and as I am going to see her in concert soon I wanted to check her out. First, a little more preamble for informative ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/09 (Very useful, 38 readings)
The Brit awards are well regarded as the most credible awards show for music in Britain. I'm so glad that they dont just honour music from the UK but also international but i still think they should have categories just Best Male Solo Artist instead of Best British Male and Best International Male for example. The Brits have given Robbie Williams literally tens of awards, Girls Aloud none but four nominations,Will Young two and Leona Lewis none. They will probably give Coldplay a couple more to top them even more next Feburary i persume. When the most recent nominations where announced i was very pleased to see that i think they are much more spread out this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/03, updated on 19/03/03
British Music - Advantages: Tom jones getting an outstanding acheivement award and singin his hits, Shows that british music is still there, Better presenter than previous years - Disadvantages: Avril Could not sing live!