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Alan Carr 'had to wee in a bottle' on way to the Brits

Alan Carr has revealed he had to "wee in a bottle" on his way to the Brits.

The comedian told hosts Ant and Dec he got caught short in London's Blackwall tunnel.

He was then left red-faced when Ant said: "You do realise what you've just said?" to which Carr replied: "It's not live is it?"

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Coldplay win Best British Group at Brits for 4th time

Coldplay dedicated their award to all the musicians in refugee camps. Credit: ITV

Coldplay have been named Best British Group at the Brits for the 4th time.

It is believed to be a record for the most times any band has won in the category.

Frontman Chris Martin said they were dedicating their award to "all the musicians in the world in refugee camps."

"They could be us and we could be them so we send them our love."

Adele wins Best British Single at Brits for hit Hello

Adele said she 'wasn't expecting this one'. Credit: PA

Adele was all smiles as she won her second Brit of the night - this time for Best British Single for Hello.

Earlier she was named Best Female Solo Artist beating off competition from Florence + the Machine, Jess Glynne, Laura Marling and Amy Winehouse.

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Tame Impala win Best International Group at Brits

Tame Impala accept their award for Best International Band. Credit: ITV

Tame Impala have won Best International Group at this year's Brit Awards.

They were up against Alabama Shakes, Major Lazer, U2, Eagles of Death Metal - the band who were performing at the Bataclan during the Paris terror attacks.

Brits: Adele wins Best Female Solo Artist

Adele has been named Best Female Artist at this year's Brit Awards.

The Hello singer had been up against Florence + the Machine, Jess Glynne, Laura Marling and Amy Winehouse.

Accepting her award, she joked: "Oh my God, I better not fall over" before saying: "Can I take this moment to publicly support Kesha."

Kesha has been involved in a legal dispute with her record label Sony.

She has asked the company suspend her contract while she settles a sex abuse lawsuit against them and her producer Dr Luke, but a judge has denied her request for an injunction.

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