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Cheryl Cole and Lady GaGa: The BRITS hit the fans! (Part TWO of TWO)

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Flight For This Love:

Cheryl Cole jets off

to LA after feisty

Brits performance

(but what’s that ring on

her wedding finger?)


By Chris Johnson.

Ben Todd and

Sarah Nathan



______February 17th, 2010


DAILYMAIL.CO.UK

Brit Awards 2010


__Part TWO of TWO



With its bitter words,

the dance track was a telling

choice of song,

with the backing lyrics:

‘Heartbreaks and promises.

I’ve had more than my share.

I’m tired of giving my love

and getting nowhere.’


Host Peter Kay quipped

after the song:

Never has a truer word been spoken.




Miss Cole didn’t even have to fret

over making an acceptance speech –

she lost out in the Best British Single

category last night to newcomers JLS,

who performed Beat Again

earlier in the show.

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In terms of prizes,

the Brits belonged to

U.S. star Lady Gaga

who picked up three awards,

winning International Female Artist,

International Breakthrough Act

and International Album.

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Lily Allen was the big winner among the

British female nominees after she was

handed the prize for Female Solo Artist.


She beat Leona Lewis,

Pixie Lott and Florence

And The Machine.


Boyband JLS also picked up Best

Breakthrough Act while the Spice Girls

were honoured with the prize for

Best Brits Performance of 30 Years.

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Robbie Williams was handed the

Outstanding Contribution to Music,

while Oasis scooped the award for

the Best Album of 30 years.


But the real applause was saved

for Mrs Cole after her plucky performance

of Fight For This Love.

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In the past few days her husband

Ashley Cole has been embroiled

in scandal,

with claims that he had sex twice

with an unnamed blonde secretary

before Chelsea matches in 2008.


On one occasion, Cole, 29,

is said to have even turned the

television set up in the hotel room

where they were meeting because

he did not want Chelsea captain  –

and fellow love cheat  –

John Terry,

who was in the room next door,

to hear their tryst.



It is believed that Mrs Cole, 26,

is bracing herself for more revelations

of her husband’s philandering in

the coming days.

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But she refused to

pull out of the Brits.


A source revealed:

‘Cheryl was determined that

the show must go on,

come what may.


She is a professional

through-and-through,

and was not going to hide.





‘By going ahead with her performance

in front of the celebrity audience

and the millions watching on TV,

she was sending out a clear message

to Ashley that he will not take

her pride away –

whatever he does.’

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However,

Mrs Cole arrived at the Earl’s Court

venue in West London looking

grim-faced in a Puffa jacket.



She then went straight

into her dressing room.

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All her planned Brits interviews

had been cancelled and,

according to sources,

all the backstage staff were asked not

to speak to the singer or look at her,

unless they needed to.


But outside,

on the red carpet,

others were more than happy

to claim the limelight.

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The up-and-coming ladies of the

music industry tried their best to

outdo each other in a series

of striking outfits.

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Lily Allen opted for a bizarre

floor-length shiny black frock

with a high gold and red fringe

around the neck,

while Florence Welch of Florence and the

Machine wore a thigh-skimming number

and an incredible pair of boots.



But, typically,

Lady Gaga managed to

steal the show in a white

Marie Antoinette-style

pompadour wig and

embroidered face mask.


She also wore a tiered

teepee of a dress but

that came off inside

to reveal more of her

body than usual.


She had asked to tone down

her performance in the wake

of Alexander McQueen’s death

but she wasn’t going to let

even that dampen her

trademark extravagance,

of which the out-there designer

would no doubt have approved.

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