(PRWEB) February 15, 2011
The Brit Awards is just around the corner taking place in London on February 15th 2011. The biggest British music industry event is no longer at Earl’s Court Arena and has moved to the other side of London to the O2 Arena. ITV will be broadcasting and the kick-off is 8pm.
All the new exciting talent are up for awards and many of them will be performing live. The Brit’s boys have done well this year with Take That, Mumford & Son’s, Plan B and Tinie Tempah dominating the nominations. All these artists have shown exceptionally strong CD and music download sales throughout the year.
This year’s great artists will be available on Tesco’s Entertainment website on CD or via music download. New talent like Ellie Goulding is available on CD at the unbeatable price of £8.99 and Jessie J for £8.99,Take That’s new album is available for just £8.99 and Rihanna’s latest album Loud out at £8.99.
There has been lots of hype around the event as usual. The hugely funny and entertaining James Corden is to host the event. Breaking tradition, Vivien Westwood has designed the new glamorous Brits statue. Justin Bieber in his trademark style has been spread across Twitter and Facebook giving him the best chance to secure a prize on the night. One other change this year is the Outstanding Contributions Award has been dropped.
At the time of writing The Wanted are odds on favourites to win best single at 4/6 while Take That are solid favourites to win Best Group at 1/4. Tinie Tempah is on course to win British Breakthrough Act at 1/3.
Tesco Entertainment is the online store for Tesco. The Tesco Entertainment site offers all the favourite CDs, music downloads, DVDs and computer games at the very best prices. Tesco Entertainment prides itself on offering quality customer service to customers, upholding its pre-order promise that ensures you get the best prices, and free delivery to UK customers.
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