Adele To Ed Sheeran: BRITs 2022 List Of Performers Revealed

BRIT Awards 2022 performers
BRIT Awards 2022 performers
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The BRITs Award is going to take place on February 8 this year. The show is going to be broadcast on ITV Hub. And will be available for live streaming on BRITs official YouTube channel. Furthermore, the show is taking place at the O2 arena in London and would be following all the necessary COVID protection protocols.

The first group of performers announcement came out on 21st January. The list includes important names like Ed Sheeran, Liam Gallagher, and Little Simz. Moreover, along with the performers, all the nominations are out as well. And this year, they have a separate category for male and female artists.

BRITs 2022 performers

The first group of performers included Ed Sheeran, Liam Gallagher, Little Simz, Doja Cat, and Holly Humberstone. Subsequently, more names were added to the list of performers. Adele, Sam Fender, Dave, Anne Marie, and KSI will be performing at the award show happening on this 8.

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BRITs Rising Star, Holly Humberstone
BRITs Rising Star, Holly Humberstone

Moreover, the likes of Ed Sheeran, Adele, Holly Humberstone, and Little Simz are in the nominations for the awards in various categories. Holly among others will perform as the recipient of this year’s Rising Star Award. She was presented the award by the 2019 title winner, Sam Fender.

The performer who pulled out of the show

Doja Cat, however, has pulled out of performing in the show due to potential COVID danger. The crew members of her team tested positive for the virus forcing Doja to pull out of the show. This would have been her first ever UK performance if she’d been able to pull it off.

Doja Cat
Doja Cat

The statement, released by Doja Cat on January 31, read: “It’s simply not safe for us to continue to rehearse together and put each other in harm’s way. I can’t wait to perform for my UK fans as soon as I can.” However, she’s still nominated for the awards in two categories for her album ‘Planet Her’.

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