Richard catches up with some winners

Of course the Brits were somewhat eclipsed by Madonna falling over - but lets not forget the night's big winners, including Sam Smith, Paloma Faith and Ed Sheeran.

Our Richard Arnold caught up with them before the ceremony to find out how they were feeling... Take a look at his pictures!

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Long awaited Jimmy Savile report published

This ugly little man can still make my stomach churn

– Victim Caroline Moore

A report on the abuse carried out by Jimmy Savile at Stoke Mandeville hospital will finally be published today. The long awaited 'lessons learned' reports into Jimmy Savile's abuse of patients at Stoke Mandeville Hospital is expected to reveal more could have been done to stop the Savile's abuse.

Stoke Mandeville's former director of nursing and a now-retired Thames Valley police detective have already said that their concerns about Savile's abuse were dismissed by authorities.

Richard Gaisford talks to victim Caroline Moore, who was a paralysed 13-year-old in a wheelchair when Savile abused her. She is still haunted by the assault as she recovered in a childre'ns ward at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in 1971.

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Madonna takes a fall at the Brits

Madonna takes a tumble at the Brits

She's quite human and quite easy to call herself out

– Madonna's former choreographer Carlton Wilborn

The world collectively gasped as Queen of Pop Madonna fell from a podium during her performance at last night's Brit Awards. Even big winners Ed Sheeran and Paloma Faith were eclipsed by the tumble, caused by wardrobe malfunction.

Luckily Madonna was able to carry on her performance like a true pro, and took to her Instagram account later that evening to reassure fans that she was okay.

GMB catches up with her former choreographer Carlton Wilborn about how he expects the star reacted to the mishap, going by his previous experiences with her.

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Madonna just before her fall