Billie Eilish had an almighty night at the BRITs, scooping up the International Female Solo Artist award and taking to the stage with a show-stopping performance of her new James Bond theme.

At just 18, Billie is going from strength to strength, so it's no surprise she made some pretty big name pals.

Sporty Spice Mel C presented the Bad Guy singer with her award earlier in the evening, with the two striking strong poses at a lavish post-ceremony bash.

Billie rocked a full beige Burberry ensemble, along with a pair of thick-rimmed, tinged glasses.

The star wore her green and black locks loose, strands falling across her face.

The pair looked sensational at a post-ceremony bash

Mel, meanwhile, donned a white jacket and trouser combo, both splashed with yellow.

Her hair was scraped back and tied in a long brad down her back.

Mel soon took to the decks to DJ the evening, looking a real pro as she paused for a snap with Radio 1 presenter Clara Amfo.

Mel presented Billie with her award earlier than night
Mel struck a pose with fellow DJ Clara

Elsewhere at the party, Best New Artist and New Song winner Lewis Capaldi looked like he'd followed through on his promise to have a raucous evening following his staggering post-Grammys hangover.

Lewis gave a heart-wrenching performance of his hit Someone You Loved during the ceremony, and paid tribute to his nan in his award acceptance speech.

He posed for the cameras with former One Direction star-gone-soloist Niall Horan, who was loving blue velvet.

Lewis vowed to live it up
Pals Lewis and Niall partied together

Another highlight of the night, Mabel, was all smiles as she giggled with Clara.

In a red sparky number, Mabel oozed glamour after she'd been awarded Best British Female, which she dedicated to mum and fellow pop star Neneh Cherry.

Ella Eyre and Meghan Trainor also looked over the moon to see each other, pulling off power poses.

Mabel and Clara couldn't help but smile
Ella and Meghan pulled off some power poses

Maya Jama looked the image of confidence in a glittery blue dress paired with fluffy heels.

Her ex Stormzy followed on from last year with another sensational BRITs performance which reminded fans why he's so deserving of his Best British Male award.

Maya's been one for loud fashion recently, after she debuted the world's first 5G-powered augmented reality dress at the BAFTAs earlier this month.

Maya matched her dress with fluffy shoes
Ellie went for a sophisticated look

Recently married Ellie Goulding also turned up, showing off a sophisticated black dress look with a plunging neckline.

Saturday Mollie King went for a bold, eye-catching orange frock, as she smiled for the cameras with Radio 1 co-host Matt Edmondson.

Matt's look was more understated but very classy, a suit jacket and strip T-shirt combo.

Co-hosts Mollie and Matt posed together

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Other winners on the night included British group Foals, Tyler, The Creator, and Celeste.

Rapper Dave picked up the Best Album trophy, having given a powerful performance during the ceremony confronting racism.

During the song, Dave branded Prime Minister Boris Johnson"a real racist", commented on the 2017 Grenfell fire and hit out at the treatment of the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle.

He also paid tribute to Jack Merritt, one of those killed during the London Bridge terror attack late last year.

During a humble acceptance speech, Dave gushed: "I am no different from you...I am just a guy. Everything I'm saying is a fact - you can do anything you put your mind to."