Lady Gaga Wins 3 BRIT Awards

February 17, 2010

The BRIT Awards on Tuesday, which was the 30th anniversary of the event, was a wet wintry night, but that didn’t stop music industry celebs from attending and having a good time. The show is known for extraordinary performances from winning artists, and this held true this year - especially when it came to Lady Gaga.

Gaga had a great night and dominated the event! She won 3 awards from all the categories she was nominated and became the first international artist to win that many in the last 5 years. During the event, Gaga thanked her fans for believing in her and dedicated her performance to Alexander McQueen, a fashion designer that she is very fond of who died just last week. She looked great doing it all too!

Lady Gaga wasn’t the only winner for the night though - she was just the most memorable. Here is a list of all the awards and their winners:

  • British Female Solo Artist - Florence & the Machine
  • British Male Solo Artist - Dizzee Rascal
  • British Breakthrough Act - JLS
  • British Group - Kasabian
  • MasterCard British Album - Florence & the Machine for Lungs
  • British Single - JLS for Beat Again
  • Critics’ Choice - Ellie Goulding
  • British Producer - Paul Epworth
  • International Female Solo Artist - Lady Gaga
  • International Male Solo Artist - Jay-Z
  • International Album - Lady Gaga for The Fame
  • International Breakthrough Act - Lady Gaga
  • BRITs Album of the Last 30 Years - Oasis for (What’s the Story) Morning Glory?
  • BRITs Performance of the Last 30 Years - Spice Girls for Wannabe/Who Do You Think You Are
  • Outstanding Contribution Award - Robbie Williams


Comments are closed.