The 2014 BRIT Awards are a wrap. The winners have been revealed, mics have been dropped, and performance footage is online. Yes, even if you missed the ceremony's first-ever international live-stream, you can still catch highlights from what went down at London's O2 Arena on February 19.
Before Alex Turner delivered his bloody brilliant acceptance speech for Album of the Year, the SPIN Interview subject led the Arctic Monkeys through a fiery rendition of AM juggernaut "R U Mine?", complete with towering pyrotechnic effects. Elsewhere in the show, Disclosure and Lorde joined forces for a live mash-up of the former's "White Noise" and the latter's "Royals." That collaboration, which also worked in a cameo from AlunaGeorge, is now for sale on iTunes as a charity single benefitting the War Child campaign.
Other notable moments ready for viewing: Bruno Mars let his "Treasure" shine; Katy Perry continued her cultural tourism, dressing her "Dark Horse" up as a bizarre, glow-in-the-dark Egyptian ritual; Ellie Goulding offered a medley of Halcyon Days tracks "I Need Your Love" and "Burn"; and Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers once again teamed up to close the proceedings with a blend of Daft Punk's "Get Lucky," Chic's "Good Times," and Pharrell's Oscar-nominated hit "Happy."
Find the Monkeys' performance above, and the rest below.