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 BRITS LINEUP EXPANDS

Lizzo and Dave (the latter pictured here) have been added to the lineup for The BRIT Awards, joining Billie Eilish, Celeste, Harry Styles, Lewis Capaldi, Mabel and Stormzy for the 40th edition of what's set to be an extra-special (and sizable) show.

With UMG CEO David Joseph newly in charge as BRITs Chairman, the ceremony has had a number of shake-ups, including an extended stage that takes up more floor space than previously in the O2 Arena. That means some tables have either been relegated to balcony boxes or done away with entirely, causing many guest-list headaches. How will the extra space impact the ceremony and atmosphere on the floor in London on 2/18? 

Aside from Lizzo and Billie Eilish, who will battle it out for International Female, all performers are nominated in multiple categories, suggesting some wins are on the cards. Celeste has already been crowned Rising Star. 

Also, if Scotland votes for independence, will Capaldi be eligible for a SCOTTY?

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