As is convention, the BRIT Awards praise the best melodic gifts every year, except the current year’s occasion began a serious – and fitting – note. Following the sad demise of TV moderator Caroline Flack on Saturday (Feb. 15), have Jack Whitehall began the 2020 function with a genuine tribute to the late Love Island have.
“Throughout the end of the week, we took in the horrendous news that an individual from the BRITs family, our companion Caroline Flack, deplorably died,” said Whitehall, according to The Mirror. “She was a sort and energetic individual with an irresistible feeling of fun. She will be painfully missed. I figure I will be representing everybody here when I state that our musings are with her loved ones.”
Lewis Capaldi, who won the New Artist and British Single honors, followed Whitehall’s discourse with an enthusiastic interpretation of “Somebody You Loved” that had watchers in surges of tears. (He later explained that, in spite of prevalent thinking, the tune was not about his ex, current Love Island challenger Paige Turley, yet about his late grandma.)
Male Solo Artist chosen one Harry Styles additionally paid tribute to Flack in his own, fashion way. Stuck to one side lapel on his dark colored Bode coat, the vocalist wore a dark strip.
At that point, with his independent execution, Styles kept the tears streaming. Rather than one of choosing one of his sunnier singles like “Watermelon Sugar” or “Revere You”, he selected the Fine Line ditty “Falling.” Dressed in a head-to-toe trim Gucci number, he looked radiant. His feelings were unmistakably crude.
In another important style tribute, current Love Island have Laura Whitmore additionally honored her dear companion. On her Instagram stories, she posted an image of her shoes for the night, inscribing it with “once in a while you simply need to put on your moving shoes.” When the updates on Caroline’s passing previously broke, Laura posted a video tribute saying “see you on the move floor” and furthermore referenced her dear companion’s adoration for moving in her Radio 5 tribute.