When Emeli Sandé accepted her second BRIT Award for Best Album on Wednesday, February 20, the Scottish singer said she was a “very unlikely pop star.” Sandé, whose debut, Our Version Of Events, was the most […]
We’re deep in the throws of awards show season with the Golden Globes behind us, the GRAMMYs coming up on February 10 and the Oscars still looming and there’s one thing the viewing public would love […]
The ceremony also included performances from One Direction, Emeli Sande, Ed Sheeran, the Spice Girls, George Michael and a symphony of British music.
She was handpicked by director Danny Boyle, the architect behind the opening ceremonies, to perform a tribute to “mortality” that was interpreted by many to be in honor of the 7/7 London terror victims. NBC instead aired an interview of swimmer Michael Phelps by Ryan Seacrest.