AdeleThe BBC music awards were announced last night in an exercise that seemed to be very much aimed at the comfy chair and cardigan corner of the music world.

In one of those pyrotechnic, flashbulb extravaganas that sees a nation yawning at the TV whilst showbiz gets its hour of fun all manner of oddly named million selling acts that most people have never actually  heard- like Hozier – collected gongs.

The fact that the flashing lights celebfest where hardly any of the winners even turned up was presented by the music-lite Chris Evans tells you everything you need to know about the dickie bow and caviare affair – the only really quirk was Adele winning best live performance of the year without actually even playing a gig in this year of great music – none of which was on the show.

Maybe everyone imagined what an Adele gig was like? maybe middle England blinked and Adele played a show?   do these people ever actually go to any gigs? Only one thing can be certain, Adele didn’t and still won an award!

8 COMMENTS

  1. Any chance you could proof-read stuff before publishing it? Makes it very difficult to read when you have to make an educated guess as to which words were intended to be used.

    • For example the first letter of a noun should be capitalised although, in fairness, you need to include the first letter of a noun in order to capitalise it.

  2. Given it was for the best performance on the BBC broadcast.

    BBC live performance of the year

    Adele at the BBC (winner)
    Florence + The Machine – Glastonbury
    Jeff Lynne’s ELO – Radio 2 In Concert
    Lionel Richie- Glastonbury
    BBC Radio 1 at the BBC Proms
    BBC Radio 1Xtra at the BBC Proms

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