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Team confirmed to run this year’s BRIT Awards

By | Published on Monday 15 February 2021

BRIT Awards 2021

Organisers of the BRIT Awards have announced the team that will be coordinating this year’s big show, which has already been pushed back from its usual February slot into May in the hope that more might be achievable by then.

Promising a more collaborative approach than in past years, the team will be headed up by two Universal Music execs, Rebecca Allen and Selina Webb. The team also includes BRITs TV executive producer Sally Wood, and creative direction and design from Es Devlin and Yinka Ilori. The latter duo will also design this year’s trophy, having a bespoke trophy design for each year being a thing again.

Commenting on all this, Allen and Webb said in a joint statement: “However the world is looking come May, our ambition is not for a ‘normal’ BRITs but a show which truly reflects the spirit of the past year. Working alongside the 2021 BRITs Committee, we have an exceptional creative team with Sally, Es and Yinka to deliver the best and most exciting show possible – a BRITs about collaboration, culture and community as well as a celebration of some of the brilliant music which is helping us all through”.