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Let's start with the two big winners of the night. Pick a side: Are you more into Arctic Monkey's oh-so-British tailored rockabilly suits (top), or 1D's matchy-matchy boy band getups (bottom)?
Just because frontman Alex Turner rocks the best greased-up hairdo we've seen in a long time, and because he also delivered the weirdest speech of the night.
Former Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger gave us some bondage realness with a black and gold leather ensemble, while the Minogue sisters came out together in punky little black dresses.
The occasion is just to rare not to be celebrated: Two Minogues for the price of one!
Baroque prints were trending on the red carpet, and the Brits never shy away from making a dandy statement. Less is more?
Scratch that: Electro quartet Rudimental steals the win thanks to the two gentlemen on the sides. Double whammy!
Tom Daley (left) forgot to take his phone out of his pocket, which made an unsightly bump in his pants. Also, why the rolled-up sleeves? Meanwhile, John Newman (right) committed the ultimate fashion no-no with his white sock/black loafer combo.
Verdict: We're giving them both a pass for being young and cute.
Our favorite pop princesses went all out on the red carpet with some very Disney-esque outfits. Who wore it best?
Surprise! David Bowie didn't show up to accept his Brit Award for Best British Male Artist, so supermodel Kate Moss took the stage in his iconic "Woodland Creatures" playsuit from his Ziggy Stardust years. Totally la-la-land.
Hip hop duo Rizzle Kicks (left) and rapper Tinie Tempah (right) all get props for their original take on formal wear: Tailored suits dressed down with desert boots for the Kicks, or a mix-and-match evening tux for Tinie Tempah. Who did it best?
Tinie gets bonus points for his consistent fashion flair and irresistible smile.
Some pretty ladies decided to camouflage with the red carpet: Who managed to stand out?
The macramé detail on a simple gown looks sexy without being hootchy.
Rita Ora and Lily Allen both went for a yellow-on-black thing: Ora even used DJ Calvin Harris as her prop. Who wore it best?
Adorable with her cartoonish ponytail.
Some interesting headwear options from three US superstars: Bruno Mars (left) tones down his rock'n'roll getup with a baseball cap; Prince (center) dons a floppy fedora; and Pharrell Williams (right) repeats his Grammy statement.
We'll eat our hat: Pharrell isn't letting go of his oversized Vivienne Westwood chapeau. He even gets extra headwear support from Nile Rogers at the back.
This could also be a glow-in-the-dark contest: Which diva stole the show?
Queen Bey was glowing from head to toe in a sequin couture gown by Vrettos Vrettakos. XO.
The night wouldn't be complete without a classic WTF moment from Brits: Here, it's a toss up between Boy George (left), who came covered in face tattoos and rather tasteless "bruised eye" makeup, and a couple of Daft Punk impersonators (right) who forgot the bottom half of their suits. Who will it be?
We just had to see those Y-fronts one more time.