Love Island stars ‘banned’ from Brits red carpet as bosses prioritise musicians
Love Island stars were excluded from last night’s Brit Awards red carpet as bosses aimed to prioritise musicians, an insider revealed to the Mirror.
While the great and good from the worlds of music, modelling and acting were allowed to pose for pics ahead of the event, the usual parade of reality stars were not dealt a moment in the spotlight.
23-year-old Montana Brown, who starred on the ITV2 dating show back in 2017, was a notable exception – though she was on presenting duties on the red carpet.
Other alumni from the show were seen at the event but had to make do with posting snaps to their own social media pages.
The likes of Wes Nelson , Laura Anderson and Kaz Crossley all made sure to flaunt their first night at the star-studded event on their respective Instagram s.
Kaz made a less than glamorous entrance as she roped in an assistant to film her walking down a corridor of London’s O2.
While others were spotted enjoying the booze-filled after-parties.
Mirror Online has contacted reps for comment.
Megan Barton Hanson and Sam Bird was seen at Sony’s Brit Awrds bash at the The Shard.
Sam, who split with Georgia Steele last year, was pictured leaving the party in the early hours in the same taxi as Georgia Toffolo.
While Megan left as single as she arrived – as she tried to avoid any awkward run-ins with ex boyfriend Wes who was also at the music bash.
It had been a strong night celebrating the best in British music with indie rockers The 1975 being the biggest winners of the night.
The band said they were ‘humbled’ to take home Best British Group and Album of the Year.
Other winners on the night included Jorja Smith and Georga Ezra who took home the awards for Best Female and Best Male.
Speaking to the Mirror ahead of the bash. George – who performed on the night – said he had been wary of preparing a winner’s speech.
"You’re damned if you do and damned if you don’t," he said. "It’s more embarrassing to plan one and go ahead without it in your head so I haven’t done one… I might regret that."
George kept things short and sweet as he did take home his award.
Taking to the stage at the 02, he said "This is an incredible honour and I thank you very, very much.
“There’s not a day goes by where I don’t consider myself very lucky."
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