Brit Awards 2005 (2005)

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Cast

Credited cast:
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Himself - Host
Lauren Laverne ...
Voice Over (voice)
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Voice Over / Presenter 'BRITs25 - The Best Song Award'
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Briony Albert ...
Lead Dancer
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Nominee 'Best International Group' (archive footage) (as Green Day)
Jazzie B ...
Presenter 'Best British Urban Act' (as Jazzie B)
Babydaddy ...
Winner 'Best International Group' and 'Best International Album' (as Scissor Sisters)
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Herself - Nominee 'Best British Female Solo Artist'
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Winner 'Best British Act' / Nominee 'Best British Group' (as Muse)
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Nominee 'Best International Group' and 'Best International Album' (archive footage) (as Outkast)
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Congratulate for Bob Geldof / Nominee 'Best International Group' and 'Best International Album' (archive footage) (as U2)
Paddy Boom ...
Winner 'Best International Group' and 'Best International Album' (as Scissor Sisters)
Pete Briquette ...
Bass and vocals for 'I Don't Like Mondays' and 'Rat Trap'
Tom Chaplin ...
Winner 'Best British Album' / Nominee 'Best British Group' / Performer 'Everybody's Changing' (as Keane)
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10 February 2005 (UK)  »

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£200,000 (estimated)
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Followed by Brit Awards 2007 (2007) See more »

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Angels
Written by Guy Chambers and Robbie Williams
Performed by Robbie Williams featuring Joss Stone
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A fantastic show with amazing singers and stars.
17 March 2005 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

I see the Brit Awards 2005. For the 25th anniversary of this wonderful music event, the promoters have prepared an amazing show that started with the funny and fancy performer of the Scissor Sisters that were a revelation of the Brits. Between the presenters, there were very good comic actors like David Walliams and Matt Lucas. In this night of great awards, the BRITs 25-The Best Song Award's winner was Robbie Williams'Angels. Another winners were: Joss Stone, Will Young, The Streets, Franz Ferdinand, Eminem, Gwen Stefani and Bob Geldof that won the Outstanding Contribution to music. Welcome back to Chris Evans that was the host of the show. This show was incredible, amazing and very lovely. I think that all the artists (and with that I mean all the singers, actors and presenters)were very good. The performances were great and all the singers deserved to win. For this great success I want to thank all the people that worked behind the scenes. Thank you very much!


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