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Brit Awards 2005
Brits25 - The winners
Last updated 09 January 2005

This years Brit Award winners have been unveiled - click here to see pictures of them.

Scissor Sisters were the big winners of the night, walking away with all three awards that they were up for.

Keane, Franz Ferdinand and Joss Stone all picked up two each. For a full list, see below.

Keane arriving at the awards

British Breakthrough Act (voted for by Radio 1 listeners)

Keane


Franz Ferdinand

British Group Franz Ferdinand




The Streets

British Male Solo Artist The Streets




Joss Stone



British Female Solo Artist Joss Stone



Will Young

British Single Will Young - Your Game




Joss Stone

British Urban Act Joss Stone




Franz Ferdinand

British Rock Act Franz Ferdinand





Muse

British Live Act Muse




Robbie Williams

BRITs25: The Best Song Award Robbie Williams - Angels



McFly

Pop Act McFly




Eminem

International Male Solo Artist Eminem



Gwen Stefani

International Female Solo Artist Gwen Stefani



The Scissor Sisters at Radio 1

International Group Scissor Sisters




The Scissor Sisters

International Album Scissor Sisters - Scissor Sisters



The Scissor Sisters arrivingat the ceremony

International Breakthrough Act Scissor Sisters




Keane with their award

Mastercard British Album

Keane - Hopes and Fears




Bob Geldof

Outstanding Contribution To Music Sir Bob Geldof






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Brits25 Links
Official site: brits.co.uk
Radio 2 at The Brits
TOTP: Music News
bbc.co.uk/Music


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