Looks like some people are a BRIT nervous...
With only hours to go before the BRIT Awards 2016, some of the music industry’s finest are getting ready for the big night right now – and we’ve done some digging to see exactly how some of our faves are feeling before the event…
With a whole heap of stunning performances under their, you might think that pre-show jitters were a long way behind Little Mix.
However, it seems to be an entirely different story when it comes to the BRITs – as the girls are currently riddled with nerves!
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During a vocal rehearsal, Perrie Edwards posted a Snapchat that shows her swaying around the room and waving her hands freely in an effort to rid herself of nerves!
‘Trying to calm the nerves. I might die today’ she captions the video rather bleakly. Eek!
Then, a clip then shows Perrie and bandmate Jesy Nelson telling their Snapchat Mixers: ‘We are shitting ourselves!’
Jesy jumps in: ‘I don’t want to fall, I don’t want to slip!’
The girls will not only be performing for the first time, but are also hoping that their music video for Black Magic scoops the prize for British Artist Video – so it is a very big night.
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Here’s hoping for a slip-free show, girls – or else, there’s the risk of being immortalised in GIF glory for years to come…
Liam Payne, however, seems to be in a much more relaxed state. Of course, now that One Direction are on hiatus (sniffle sniffle…it still hurts) he doesn’t have any performances to worry about – so he decided to squeeze in a quick workout before the night begins:
He blessed us all with this torso pic on Wednesday afternoon, and captioned it: ‘Workout done off to party!!! #britawards2016’
Someone else who’s looking forward to the BRITs tonight is triple-nominee Jess Glynne. With nods for British Single (for Hold My Hand), British Female Solo Artist and British Breakthrough Act, it’s easy to understand why she’s excited! The London-born songstress shared a simple post saying ‘Ready For This’.
Good luck to all at the BRITs tonight – may it be fancy and fall-free!