HELLO singer Adele swoops four Brit awards at the glamorous awards ceremony on February 24.
Now the most successful artist at the Brit awards since Blur in 1995, Adele cleaned up at this year’s prize giving ceremony.
The Best British solo artist category included competition from singers such as Jess Glynne and Florence Welch but it was Adele’s night.
The 27-year-old singer also won the best British single prize for Hello, which has smashed records since its release last year.
The most coveted prize of the evening also had Adele’s name on it – best British album – where she beat the likes of Coldplay, Florence + The Machine, James Bay and Jamie XX.
Adele was overcome with emotion: ‘Not bad for a girl from Tottenham that don’t like flying, getting global success.’ She finished the star-studded night with a flawless performance of When We Were Young.
David Bowie was remembered for his great body of ground-breaking work and received a posthumous Icon award collected by his friend Gary Oldman.
Annie Lennox presented the award and said: “David Bowie is deeply embedded in the heart of British culture … The legend of his extraordinary sound shall be revered for as long as the Earth shall spin.”