The BRIT awards took place on Wednesday night (local time) and much like at the Golden Globes, guests at the O2 Arena in London were wined and dined throughout the evening.
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While Stormzy and Dua Lipa were officially the big winners of the night, there were two individuals that seemed to take advantage of the free flowing bottle service.
After winning best British band, Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn slurred his way through a bizarre acceptance speech, during which he made his feelings on Brexit particularly clear.
"I've got one thing to say, and it's about this country, this country is - believe it or not - quite a small, little thing, right, but it's a lovely place and it's part of a beautiful world," he told the crowd.
"But what I want to say is, don't let it become isolated, don't let yourselves become cut off..."
He then handed the mic to Gorillaz collaborator Little Simz and encouraged her to give her own speech. Unfortunately the cameras had already panned away, the stage lights were fading, and the microphone was being turned off.
Meanwhile, Haim's bassist and vocalist Este was casually stealing the limelight from celebrity couple Cheryl Cole and Liam Payne, while Jack Whitehall interviewed them about their love live.
While Whitehall questioned the Paynes over their bedroom 'safe word', Haim trolled the interview in the background, applying lip balm, winking at the camera and mouthing for people to "call her".
While many fans delighted in the apparently boozed moment, Haim claimed on Twitter she was "not drunk, just living my truth".