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WMG AT THE BRITS: LET'S DUA LITTLE GALLERY

WMG CEO Steve Cooper and Recorded Music topper Max Lousada discuss a delightful evening. Later, Steve had a refreshing dip in the gin fountain.


"Usually I'm dapper and you're dashing," confides Warner Bros. Records U.S. Co-Chairman/COO Tom Corson to Co-Chairman/CEO Aaron Bay-Schuck, "but I think tonight I'm dashing and you're dapper." Nonetheless, they both agreed that Mike Chester is always adorbs. In related news, Tom's favorite OO7 is George Lazenby.

Starry WBR artist Dua Lipa, who added a British Single gong (shared with Calvin Harris) to her Grammy Best New Artist win, poses with her label's U.K. A&R chief, Joe Kentish, who obligingly requisitioned a cottage in the Cotswolds to handle her trophy overflow.


Atlantic U.K. boss Ben Cook enjoys a jolly photo op with star Anne Marie, shortly before Labour Party head Jeremy Corbyn asked them what the hell he should do about the Brexit vote.


Warner/Chappell
U.K. head Mike Smith sings a few old favorites with WMG's Tim Fraser-Harding, who noted that juniper is the most British of all aromas.

Parlophone Co-Prexy Nick Burgess, Disturbing London founder Dumi Oburota, Yxng Bane and Parlophone Co-Prez Mark Mitchell wonder what's for afters.

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