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One of the most memorable and spectacular performances from The Brit Awards 2020 were by Billie Eilish and Harry Styles. Their performances were not only magical but they were also quite special. Let’s discuss how these celebrities set the stage on fire. You can also watch the performances as we share our thoughts on what set them apart. Keep reading.
Harry Styles performance at The Brit Awards
Harry Styles did a mesmerizing and visually appealing performance on stage, singing an emotional song called ‘Falling.’ The stage looked breathtaking and scenic with falling water and some more water pouring out of a piano. The whole set was worthy of appreciation for sure.
The heartbreaking yet beautiful song is from Harry Styles’ new album Fine Line. With dreamy and solid vocals, Styles truly did justice to the track.
While the song is very sad, it perfectly depicts the emotional clarity of losing someone you love. The emotions etched on Harry Styles’ face as he croons, convey even more. The background vocals mix perfectly with his, and the live performance actually sounds like a studio recording- it’s THAT good.
If you want to watch it, here it is:
Another unforgettable and iconic performance at The Brit Awards 2020 was by Billy Eilish. She debuted the much-anticipated 25th James Bond films’ theme song, ‘No Time To Die.’
This was also a very powerful performance as Billie Eilish truly displayed her brilliant vocal range and variations. On the piano was her brother Finneas and the guitar was played by Johnny Mar. The orchestra was conducted by the legendary Bond score composer, Hans Zimmer.
The best part is when Eilish hits the highest notes and stuns the crowd. The raw talent in the 18-year-old singer truly shone through with this performance. She also won the accolade for ‘International Female’ at The Brit Awards 2020.
If you want to witness how good it was, you can watch it here:
As we said, the Brit Awards 2020 were all about showcasing these talented individuals. Other memorable performances were by Mabel, Dave, Celeste, Stormzy, and Rod Stewart.