With the grand UK showcase coming to an end, the 2012 BRIT Awards have named the year’s big winners during an exciting O2 Arena ceremony in London, England on Tuesday night (February 21).
Taking home the top prize of Best British album and a total of two trophies was Adele, while other big winners included the Coldplay as Best British group, Ed Sheernan as Best British Male/British Breakthrough Act and One Direction landing Best Single for their track titled "What Makes You Beautiful".
Getting the audience pumped for the 2012 Brit Awards, Coldplay performed as the show’s opening act at the O2 Arena in London, England on Tuesday (February 21).
The British rockers took the stage as the crowd cheered out in excitement, with the quartet of Chris Martin, Guy Berryman, Jonny Buckland and Will Champion performing their hit song “Charlie Brown,” the third single from their fifth studio album Mylo Xyloto.
It's one of the biggest night's of the year when it comes to European music celebrations, and the 2012 BRIT Awards are underway in London, England.
Held at the the O2 Arena, the proceedings are being hosted by James Corden with a red carpet packed with stars such as Nicole Scherzinger, Adele, Olly Murs, Emma Bunton, Victoria Justice and Cher Lloyd.
Their album Mylo Xyloto has taken the music industry by storm, and Coldplay has just announced a North American Tour in 2012.
The “Yellow” rockers - who offered up a rendition of "Charlie Brown" on last night's (December 7) 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' - will play shows from April 17th through August 11th, and additionally will appear on “Austin City Limits on New Year’s Eve.
Handling hosting duties for the latest episode of the long-running NBC comedy program, Emma Stone took center stage on "Saturday Night Live" last night (November 12).
The "Easy A" actress stepped in front of the audience for her opening monologue, only to be interrupted as a Spider-Man clad Andy Samberg descended from above in hopes of auditioning for the Spidey role in Stone's upcoming comic book movie reboot.