Lady Gaga, Kasabian, Oasis win at Brit awards 2010

Liam Gallagher called a 'knobhead' by host Peter Kay

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Lady Gaga, Kasabian and Oasis were among the big winners at this year’s Brit Awards 2010, which were held at London’s Earls Court last night (February 16).

New Yorker Lady Gaga was the night’s big winner, scooping three awards for International Female Solo Artist, International Album for ‘The Fame’ and International Breakthrough Act.

Kasabian were named best British Group, though the band missed out on the best British Album, which went to Florence And The Machine for their debut ‘Lungs’.

The night’s most controversial moment came from Liam Gallagher, who picked up the award for the best British Album Of 30 Years for Oasis‘(What’s the Story) Morning Glory?’ (1995). Gallagher noticeably left out his brother Noel from his thank-you speech, and then threw both the microphone and award statuette into the audience. After he walked offstage, host Peter Kay called the frontman a “knobhead”.

Jay-Z, Dizzee Rascal, Lily Allen and Robbie Williams also picked up awards.

The full list of winners from the Brit Awards 2010 is as follows:

British Female Solo Artist – Lily Allen
International Female Solo Artist – Lady Gaga
British Breakthrough Act – JLS
International Male Solo Artist – Jay-Z
British Male Solo Artist – Dizzee Rascal
International Album – Lady Gaga – ‘The Fame’
Brits Performance Of 30 Years – The Spice Girls – ‘Wannabe’/’Who Do You Think You Are’ (1997)
British Group – Kasabian
Critics’ Choice – Ellie Goulding
International Breakthrough Act – Lady Gaga
British Single – JLS – ‘Beat Again’
British Album Of 30 Years – Oasis – ‘(What’s the Story) Morning Glory?’
British Album – Florence And The Machine – ‘Lungs’
Outstanding Contribution To Music – Robbie Williams

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