20 February 2013
Last updated at 19:14 ET
Some of the biggest stars of the music world have been honoured at the Brit Awards in London. The winners included Emeli Sande, who went home with the prizes for best British album and best British female.
US superstar Taylor Swift, who was nominated for best international female, put on a theatrical performance of her single I Knew You Were Trouble.
Boy band One Direction gave their first performance of this year's Comic Relief single, a medley of The Undertones' Teenage Kicks and Blondie's One Way Or Another.
Muse opened the show with help from 60 orchestral musicians and pyrotechnics. But they lost out on the best British group and best British live act accolades.
Mumford and Sons took the prize for best British group, 10 days after their success in the album of the year category at the Grammy Awards in the US.
Acoustic singer-songwriter Ben Howard picked up the trophies for best British male and British breakthrough, as well as performing at the event.
Frank Ocean was named best international male in the wake of his acclaimed album Channel Orange, beating the likes of Jack White and Bruce Springsteen.
Almost 20 years after their rivalry at these awards, Blur's Damon Albarn (left) and Noel Gallagher of Oasis (right) united to honour the charity War Child, which received a "special recognition award".
Justin Timberlake continued on the comeback trail with a performance of his track Mirrors.
Robbie Williams holds the record for the most Brit Award wins with 17, including five with Take That. He went away empty-handed this year after being nominated for best British single for Candy and missing out on a nomination for best British male.