The Brit Awards is the biggest date in the music industry calendar, when the hottest singers, bands and musicians hit London for one HELL of a night.
After years at London's Earls Court, it's been held at The 02 since 2011 – and loads of memorable things have happened since it all began in 1977.
Maybe the most noteworthy moment was Freddie Mercury's last public appearance at the 1990 Brits, but there's also been some drama: Geri Halliwell and the Spice Girls in 2000, Adele's speech being cut short in 2012 and David Bowie, the oldest winner of the Best Male Solo Artist at 67 years old back in 2014, weighing in on the Scottish independence debate. In fact, it was Kate Moss, accepting the awards in his place wearing his Ziggy Stardust jumpsuit, who delivered the speech for him.
There have been some mega performances too – Spice Girls at PEAK Spice-fandom, JT, Kylie, Adele, Kanye West and Madonna.
Though the night is about music, it's a great opportunity for some red carpet watching – remember Alexa Chung at her peak as Brit cool style icon slash presenter? Rita Ora, Rihanna, Taylor Swift – they've all been there over the years.
Here's our pick of the best Brit dresses of all time…