February 20, 2008 20:15
Take That win Best British Live Act award at Brit Awards
Gary Barlow and co. take home the first gong of the evening
Take That won the Best British Live Act award at the Brit Awards tonight (February 20).
Accepting the award from BBC Radio One presenter Chris Moyles, Gary Barlow was first to give thanks for the award.
“Thanks everybody,” he said. “Wow, unbelievable.” “This is a wonderful thing for us, we’re so honoured to do it,” added Jason Orange. “I still try and dance, 37 years old, I’ve got an arthritic knee. We appear before you bruised and battered but we just want to say we’re dead chuffed.”
The other nominations for the Best Live Act award were Arctic Monkeys, Kaiser Chiefs, Klaxons and Muse.
To get the full Brit Award results just click on the categories below:
Critics' Choice Award
British Breakthrough Act
Best International Male
Best British Male
Best International Female
Best International Group
Best British Female
Best International Album
Best British Band
Best British Single
Best British Album
Outstanding Contribution To Music Award
Keep checking NME.COM throughout the evening for the latest from the Brit Awards 2008.
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