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The Brit Awards are a massive celebration of British pop music. They began in 1977, as a part of the Queen's Silver Jubilee celebration, but did not become an annual event until 1982, and were not formally called the Brit Awards until 1989.

The Brits are famous for two things: fantastic collaborations, and nothing going to plan. For several years they had to be recorded and broadcast a day later because there had been so many problems and scandals, but they have now gone back to being broadcast live - which means there's always a chance of something interesting happening!

At the moment, Robbie Williams holds the record for the most Brit Awards: he won 12 as a solo artist, and five more as a member of Take That. The question is, is there anyone who could hope to beat that this year?

Just as we're all starting to be royally fed up with the dark, cold damp winter, the Brits always pop up with all their glamour, glitter, awards and stumbling celebrities to brighten our lives. There's always at least one drunken acceptance speech, amazing musical collaborations and performances, and of course, people getting awards. As well as Adele making a return, Coldplay will also be back and there will be performances from Jess Glynne, Little Mix and James Bay ... oh, and someone called Justin Bieber. We've also heard there will be a tribute to the late great genius David Bowie - something that will definitely be great to watch. This year's show will be hosted by TV darlings Ant and Dec too so it's bound to be entertaining from start to finish… now, who do we think will fall over first? Who will slur their acceptance speech? Who will be the surprise winner?

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