The BRIT Awards is returning tonight for its 44th year of celebrating great music and the O2 arena in London is gearing up for what's set to be another glamorous evening.
Taylor Swift will make history as the first female artist to be handed the BRITs Global Icon Award and 11,000 people will be in the audience as part of the Government's 'Scientific Events Research Programme.'
But if you're not one of the lucky ones getting to see the action in person, here's everything you need to know about watching the BRIT Awards 2021 at home.
BRIT Awards 2021: Time and TV channel
If you're not able to watch it live, you'll be able to catch up on ITV Hub shortly after the end of the programme. We'd advise you stay away from all social media though if you don't want any spoilers.
Jack Whitehall will be hosting this evening for a fourth year running.
"I must be doing something right to be invited back to host the BRITs!" He said.
"After the events of the past year, I think we can all do with a big night of music and entertainment, and I'm excited to be part of the show on 11th May."
"We're buzzing," said Geoff Taylor, Chief Executive BPI & BRIT Awards. We're with you there Geoff!
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