Wednesday, 27 May, 2020

Liam Payne, Paloma Faith and J Hus confirmed for BRIT Awards 2018 nominations launch!

Liam Payne, Paloma Faith and J Hus have been confirmed as performers on The BRIT Awards 2018 nominations launch show.

Emma Willis will announce The BRIT Awards 2018 nominations live on ITV on Saturday 13 January with performances from some incredible British recording talent – Liam Payne, Paloma Faith, Clean Bandit, J Hus and 2018 Critics’ Choice winner Jorja Smith.

Emma co-hosted The BRITs 2017 with Dermot O’Leary and also fronted last year’s launch.

Emma said: “I am delighted to be back hosting ‘The BRITs Are Coming’, it’s always a fun show to be involved in and I can’t wait to find out which acts have been nominated in 2018.”

2017 saw One Direction’s Liam Payne launch his solo career with single ‘Strip That Down’, selling over six million records worldwide.

Paloma Faith’s recently released her fourth studio album ‘The Architect’ which went straight to Number 1. She is one of the most successful British female artists of the last decade and alongside Adele is the only British female to have three platinum albums under her belt.

J Hus released one of the year’s biggest British Breakthrough albums ‘Common Sense’ which charted in the UK Top 10, went Gold and secured him a spot on the Mercury Prize shortlist.

Clean Bandit and Jorja Smith will also perform on the nominations show.

‘The BRITs Are Coming’ will air on ITV, 13 January 2018 at 5:45pm.

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