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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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

Richard goes backstage at The BRITs!

We were mere children the first time round.

– Ant and Dec on hosting the Brit Awards

Tonight on ITV The Brits will bring you the best the music industry has to offer as it celebrates its 35th ceremony. This year Madonna will be taking to the stage - so how will she wow the crowds? Plus there's always a special duet - so who will we see?

Today we'll be revealing your favourite collaboration from years past and Richard Arnold joins this year's hosts Ant & Dec, behind the scenes!

Dame Judi Dench on stone carving and tattoos!

I can make a minute.

– Dame Judi Dench on finding time for the fun things in life

Richard Arnold's been speaking to Dame Judi Dench to find out about her new film, Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and what it was like working with Richard Gere.

Speaking about her love of life she said there is never a dull moment, "my house is hysterical I’m a veteran game player… I have to have a lot of quizzes - things to challenge me," she added, "I just started carving in soap stone, it’s thrilling!"

Richard also asked her about whether she would continue getting a tattoo at the age of 80... You'll never believe what she said!

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Breaking Bad's Walt Jr goes to the BRITS!

I can't stand it, it's hard, it hurts!

– RJ Mitte on watching himself back

We speak to model and actor R J Mitte who starred in all five series of the popular American drama Breaking Bad. He joins us on the sofa to speak about what it's like to live with Cerebral Palsy, how he got into acting, and the award he's presenting at tonight's BRITs!

Speaking about his role he said he hates watching himself back and has only seen the first and last episode of each series of Breaking Bad, but he is enjoying the spin off show Better Call Saul!

On what it's like to have Cerebral Palsy he said: "What people see is very impactful, people are very visual, and I find it entertaining to see how people react to that." He added that when he was a child he was ridiculed for having the condition, "it happens", he said.