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BRITs 2020: Jack Whithall opens the show by paying tribute to Caroline Flack

BRITs 2020: Jack Whithall opens the show by paying tribute to ‘friendly’ and ‘infectious’ Caroline Flack after her tragic death

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Jack Whitehall opened the show by paying tribute to “friendly” and “infectious” Caroline Flack after her tragic death.

He said: ‘During the weekend we heard the news that Caroline Flack died tragically. She was a friendly person with an infectious person and I speak for everyone here when I say our thoughts are with her friends and family. “

Caroline took her own life at the age of 40 after a worried girlfriend who was staying with her went to the shops and left the former Love Island presenter alone in her flat in London.

Tribute: Jack Whitehall opened the show by paying tribute to 'friendly' and 'infectious' Caroline Flack after her tragic death

Tribute: Jack Whitehall opened the show by paying tribute to ‘friendly’ and ‘infectious’ Caroline Flack after her tragic death

The tribute was followed by a suitable performance by Lewis Capaldi who performed his hit track Someone You Loved.

Jack Whitehall started the BRIT prizes by presenting international female nominee Lizzo a glass of champagne while joking that he had some “fizzo for Lizzo”.

However, she seemed to have mistaken him for an employee when she asked him to polish her flute and take her to a dry cleaner. Jack convinced himself that he was a worthy host and tried various new looks, including an outfit inspired by Liam Gallagher, Chewbacca and Harry Styles.

Mabel wowed when she took the stage in a pink corset style top when she opened the show with her hit Don’t Call Me Up and received a warm welcome from the audience.

He said: ‘During the weekend we heard the news that Caroline Flack died tragically. She was a nice person with a contagious personal and I speak for everyone here when I say our thoughts are with her friends and family. “

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