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    Best BRITs performances

    Whitney Houston performs How Will I Know, 19871 of 18

    Whitney Houston performs How Will I Know, 1987

    Whitney Houston gave a live performance of How Will I Know at the 1987 ceremony, wowing audiences with her vocals.

    Bananarama perform Love In The First Degree, 19882 of 18

    Bananarama perform Love In The First Degree, 1988

    All three original members – Sara Dallin, Keren Woodward and Siobhan Fahey – gave their final performance of their single, accompanied by 14 half-naked male dancers, at the BRITs, then known as the BPI (British Phonographic Industry) Awards.

    Michael Jackson performs Earth Song ft Jarvis Cocker, 19963 of 18

    Michael Jackson performs Earth Song ft Jarvis Cocker, 1996

    Michael Jackson was joined by a rather unexpected – and unwanted – guest during his perfromance of Earth Song, when Pulp frontman Jarvis stormed the stage in protest at his act, which saw the King of Pop portrayed as a Jesus Christ-like figure surrounded by children.

    Spice Girls perform Wannabe and Who Do You Think You Are, 19974 of 18

    Spice Girls perform Wannabe and Who Do You Think You Are, 1997

    At the height of Spicemania, the Spice Girls performed their hits, Wannabe and Who Do You Think You Are at the awards in 1997. Geri Halliwell’s Union Jack dress, made from a tea towel, was the huge talking point of that year.

    Tom Jones and Robbie Williams' Full Monty medley, 19985 of 18

    Tom Jones and Robbie Williams' Full Monty medley, 1998

    Robbie Williams wore guy-liner and an all-black leather outfit, as he gyrated and danced alongside Tom while they performed a medley from The Full Monty. Which was nice for Sir Tom...

    Geri Halliwell performs Bag It Up, 20006 of 18

    Geri Halliwell performs Bag It Up, 2000

    Geri snubbed her Spice Girls bandmates, who received the outstanding contribution award at the 2000 BRIT awards. Instead, she made headlines when she performed her solo No 1 single Bag It Up, straddling a pole between a pair of giant inflatable legs.

    Destiny's Child perform Independent Women Part 1, 20017 of 18

    Destiny's Child perform Independent Women Part 1, 2001

    Destiny's Child threw on some tiny gold outfits to perform Independent Woman Part 1, representing girl power after the Spice Girls’ split.

    Kylie Minogue's performance of Can't Get You Out Of My Head, 20028 of 18

    Kylie Minogue's performance of Can't Get You Out Of My Head, 2002

    Kylie Minogue’s performance of Can’t Get You Out Of My Head has remained one of her best stage moments. That tiny white dress! Those thigh-high silver boots! The giant CD player!

    Justin Timberlake and Kylie Minogue's performance, 20039 of 18

    Justin Timberlake and Kylie Minogue's performance, 2003

    Justin Timberlake showed off his dance moves, while Kylie Minogue demonstrated her rapping skills in this duet featuring JT’s hits Cry Me A River and Like I Love You, and Blondie’s Rapture. That cheeky Justin even grabbed the Minogue derriere…

    Scissor Sisters performance of Take Your Mama, 200510 of 18

    Scissor Sisters performance of Take Your Mama, 2005

    There’s no way the Scissor Sisters’ performance of Take Your Mama won’t make you smile, especially with the pink chicken laying gold eggs, Jake Shears’ Lederhosen and Ana Matronic’s canary yellow dress.

    Mark Ronson, Adele, Amy Winehouse and Daniel Merriweather, 200811 of 18

    Mark Ronson, Adele, Amy Winehouse and Daniel Merriweather, 2008

    Mark Ronson was joined by some special friends – Adele, Amy Winehouse and Daniel Merriweather – for his BRITs medley performance.

    Girls Aloud perform The Promise, 200912 of 18

    Girls Aloud perform The Promise, 2009

    Pretty feathery stuff from the Girls Aloud, erm, girls

    Dizzee Rascal and Florence Welsh perform You Got The Dirtee Love, 201013 of 18

    Dizzee Rascal and Florence Welsh perform You Got The Dirtee Love, 2010

    Dizzee Rascal joined the Florence + The Machine singer, who emerged from a giant disco ball, for a special performance of You Got The Dirtee Love, with plenty of harps.

    Pet Shop Boys, Lady Gaga and Brandon Flowers perform, 200914 of 18

    Pet Shop Boys, Lady Gaga and Brandon Flowers perform, 2009

    To celebrate their outstanding contribution to music gong, Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe enlisted the help of Lady Gaga and The Killers’ frontman Brandon Flowers to close the 2009 ceremony. Gaga wore a wacky teapot-inspired outfit to sing What Have I Done To Deserve This? and West End Girls.

    Lady Gaga performs Telephone and Dance In The Dark, 201015 of 18

    Lady Gaga performs Telephone and Dance In The Dark, 2010

    Gaga performed a tribute to fashion designer Alexander McQueen, who died days before the BEIT Awards in 2010. Dressed in a lace bodysuit, she sang Telephone and Dance In The Dark.

    Adele performs Someone Like You, 201116 of 18

    Adele performs Someone Like You, 2011

    With a piano as her sole accompaniment, Adele's moving performance of Someone Like You launched the track 46 spots up the UK charts to the top spot.

    Plan B performs, 201117 of 18

    Plan B performs, 2011

    Plan B, aka Ben Drew, heated things up the BRITs in 2011 when a man on fire ran across the stage as he ended his performance. But was he meant to be on fire or was it a stunt gone terribly, terribly wrong? We'll never know...

    Disclosure, Lorde and AlunaGeorge perform Royals and White Noise, 201418 of 18

    Disclosure, Lorde and AlunaGeorge perform Royals and White Noise, 2014

    Lorde collaborated with AlunaGeorge and Disclosure for a version of Royals and White Noise, one of the highlights of last year’s ceremony.

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