Lady Gaga wins second Brit Award for International Female Solo Artist

The extravagant singer thanks her boyfriend in her speech

Lady Gaga wins second Brit Award for International Female Solo Artist

Photo: PA Photos

Lady Gaga picked up her second Brit award of the night, bagging the International Female Solo Artist gong at tonight's (February 16) Brit Awards in London this evening (February 16).

Returning to the stage after a video message from Prince Harry, Gaga took a china cup of tea with her.

"Thank you so much, thank you," she gushed. "I am so honoured to have these awards." Gaga then thanked a number of people, including her rumoured boyfriend Matthew Williams.

The acts nominated for International Female Solo Artist were:

Lady Gaga
Ladyhawke
Norah Jones
Rihanna
Shakira


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