Take That join list of performers at BRIT Awards 2015

Royal Blood, Sam Smith and Taylor Swift will also play live at next month's ceremony

Take That are the latest act confirmed to play live at next month’s BRIT Awards.

They join Royal Blood, Paloma Faith and George Ezra on the line-up for this year’s ceremony as well as the previously announced Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift. This year will mark Take That’s sixth performance at the BRITs since 1994.

The list of nominees for this year’s awards was announced last week, with performers Ed Sheeran and Sam Smith leading the way. The Brit Awards 2015 will take place at London’s O2 Arena on 25 February and be broadcast live on ITV.

The nominations for the Brit Awards 2015 are:

British Male Solo Artist
Ed Sheeran, George Ezra, Sam Smith, Damon Albarn, Paolo Nutini

British Female Solo Artist
Ella Henderson, FKA Twigs, Jessie Ware, Lily Allen, Paloma Faith

British Group
Coldplay, Alt-J, One Direction, Clean Bandit, Royal Blood

British Breakthrough Act
George Ezra, Royal Blood, Sam Smith, Chvrches, FKA Twigs

British Single
Calvin Harris – ‘Summer’
Clean Bandit ft. Jess Glynne – ‘Rather Be’
Duke Dumont ft. Jax Jones – ‘I Got U’
Ed Sheeran – ‘Thinking Out Loud’
Ella Henderson – ‘Ghost’
George Ezra – ‘Budapest’
Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – ‘Uptown Funk’
Route 94 ft. Jess Glynne – ‘My Love’
Sam Smith – ‘Stay With Me’
Sigma – ‘Nobody To Love’

Mastercard British Album Of The Year
Sam Smith, Royal Blood, George Ezra, Alt-J, Ed Sheeran

British Video
Calvin Harris – ‘Summer’
Charli XCX – ‘Boom Clap’
Duke Dumont ft. Jax Jones – ‘I Got U’
Ed Sheeran – ‘Thinking Out Loud’
Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – ‘Uptown Funk’
One Direction – ‘You and I’
Rita Ora – ‘I Will Never Let You Down’
Route 94 ft. Jess Glynne – ‘My Love’
Sam Smith – ‘Stay With Me’
Sigma – ‘Nobody To Love’

International Male Solo Artist
Hozier, Beck, Jack White, John Legend, Pharrell Williams

International Female Solo Artist
Sia, St Vincent, Beyoncé, Lana Del Rey, Taylor Swift

International Group
The Black Keys, Foo Fighters, 5 Seconds of Summer, First Aid Kit, The War On Drugs

The Critics’ Choice award winner has already been announced as 24-year-old singer-songwriter James Bay, who beat George the Poet and Years & Years to take the prize.