Adele dominates Brit Awards 2016

Adele has dominated the just-concluded Brit Awards held at London's O2 Arena.

The singer picked up four trophies out of five nominations, including the best British female and best single for "Hello" and Global Success Award as well as the album of the year award for the multi-million selling "25".

Coldplay opened Wednesday night's ceremony with a colourful performance of their single "Hymn For The Weekend".

They went on to win best British group - making them the most successful band in the ceremony's history.

James Bay was named best male.

Australian psych-rock band Tame Impala picked up best international group.

Canadian singer Justin Bieber, who performed his chart topping singles "Love Yourself" and "Sorry", won best international male.

The ceremony also featured a tribute to David Bowie, who died last month.

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