Ed Sheeran flew the flag for Britain at the Grammy Awards scooping Best Song for his hit Thinking Out Loud.
The flame-haired singer was presented with his award by music legend Stevie Wonder, who joked no one else on the stage could read the card as it was in braille.
Wonder then delivered a serious message telling the audience: "I just want to say we need to make everything accessible to every person with a disability."
Watch Wonder's braille joke in full below:
Sheeran was hugged by his friend Taylor Swift, who was also nominated in the same category for her hit Blank Space, when the winner was announced.
He thanked his parents, saying: "They have flown over the past four years to come to the Grammys and every time they go: 'Maybe next year!'
"If you would have told my 11-year-old, eight-year-old, any age, that I would have received an award from Stevie Wonder I'd have been chuffed, so thank you very much."
It was the second award of the night for Sheeran who also scooped Best Pop Solo Performance for Thinking Out Loud.
Downton Abbey star Brendan Coyle has been banned from driving after he admitted drink driving.
Coyle, who's 53 and from Heacham in Norfolk, played Valet John Bates in the hit ITV show.
He pleaded guilty to being nearly three times the legal limit at King's Lynn Magistrates' Court.
He was caught driving his BMW on New Year's Day after reportedly returning from a clinic in Thailand where he'd been seeking help for alcohol addiction.
He's been banned for 50 months and ordered to do 100 hours community work.
To mark 400 years since Shakespeare's death, professional actors are linking up with amateurs around the country to perform one of his most famous plays.
It's a dream come true for Owen Evans from the Common Lot Theatre Group in Norwich who'll be one of 14 actors playing the role of Bottom in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'.
Click below to watch a report from ITV's Emma Wilkinson
Where can you watch the show?
- Norwich Theatre Royal - Tue 26 - Sat 30 Apr
- Nottingham Theatre Royal - Tue 3 - Sat 7 May
- London Barbican - Tue 17 - Sat 21 May
Former Rock School star Lil Chris called mental health services for help on the day of his death, an inquest heard today.
Chris Hardman was found dead at his home in Lowestoft last March at the age of just 24.
The singer had been receiving treatment for depression and had spoken openly about struggling with his mental health after his music career failed to live up to its early promise.
His family said they hoped their tragedy would encourage more openness about the condition.
Serena Sandhu reports.
The family of Suffolk singer Lil Chris has called for better education around mental health.
As an inquest today concluded the 24-year-old, whose real name was Chris Hardman, had taken his own life, his sister Hannah Hardman said she hoped something positive could come from his death.
She said her brother had always been very open about his history of depression.
"The fact that young men have mental problems isn't talked about and I think, if we can taken anything from this tragedy, it would be to educate other people and to really talk about it like he did and really be open about it."
A former child star from Suffolk killed himself after fame at an early age brought "pain and problems", a coroner has said.
Chris Hardman died on March 23 last year. He was found hanged at his home in Union Road in Lowestoft.
The 24-year-old found fame as Lil Chris in the Channel 4 show Rock School and earned a record contract and a top five hit. But he later struggled with depression.
Today an inquest into his death concluded he had taken his own life.
"It's clear this was an intentional act. Christopher was a talented young man who found fame at a young age.
"But sadly that fame brought pain and problems.
"My thoughts are with his friends and family on the loss of a talented young man in tragic circumstances."
The inquest into the death of Suffolk singer Lil Chris is due to be held today.
The 24 year old reality TV star was found dead at his home in Lowestoft last March. He had struggled with depression.
The 24 year old, who's real name was Chris Hardman, shot to fame 10 years ago in the Channel 4 programme Rock School.
The inquest is due to be held in Bury St Edmunds.
After its glitzy London launch last week, today it is the turn of Suffolk to host the new Dad's Army film's local premiere.
Stowmarket's Regal Theatre is kicking off its 80th birthday celebrations with a special red-carpet showing of the film this afternoon.
Lucky ticket holders will walk the red carpet and, in keeping with the film, will enjoy a nice cup of tea and a piece of birthday cake on arrival.
The original television series was filmed across the border at Thetford and fans of the show, who work in the town's museum, feature as extras in the movie.
When Craig David made his comeback at the end of last year, the pop world erupted with excitement. And now, it looks like his fanbase is getting even younger!
A video of a girl from Peterborough, dancing away to Craig David's new song has received more than four million views on Facebook.
Craig David found the video "so amazing", he posted it on his Twitter.
The music fan can be seen bopping away in the car with her father, who encourages her to showcase her moves.
Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones added some Hollywood glamour to the Chicksands military base ahead of a screening of her new movie Dad's Army.Read the full story ›