February 20, 2008 21:43

Take That win Best British Single award at the Brit Awards

Public vote the boy band into the top spot ahead of Leona Lewis

Take That win Best British Single award at the Brit Awards
Take That won the Best British Single award at the Brit Awards 2008 tonight (February 20) in London.

The boy band accepted their second gong on the evening from guest presenter Alan Carr, who had joked that he was “pissed” because he put a straw in Amy Winehouse’s beehive.

The band thanked their fans for voting them winners in the category before they left the stage.

The other singles nominated for the gong were: Mark Ronson and Amy Winehouse: ‘Valerie', The Hoosiers: ‘Worried About Ray’, Mika: ‘Grace Kelly’, Leona Lewis: ‘Bleeding Love’ and Take That: ‘Shine’.

To get the full Brit Award results just click on the categories below:

Best British Live Act
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 Album
Outstanding Contribution To Music Award

Keep checking NME.COM throughout the evening for the latest from the Brit Awards 2008.


To get the full Brit Award results just click on the categories below:

Best British Live Act
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 Band
Outstanding Contribution To Music Award

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