Foo Fighters awarded Best International Album Brit honour

Dave Grohl accepts his band's second Brit Award of the evening

Foo Fighters won the Best International Album award at the Brit Awards 2008 tonight (February 20).

Front-man Dave Grohl said thanks for his band’s second award of the evening via video message, as the band were unable to attend the bash.

“Hey everybody, thanks very much for the Brit Award,” he said. “It really is an honour to be recognised alongside the likes of Huey Lewis And The News, Culture Club, MC Hammer and Kula Shaker.

“These are all people who have won Brit Awards. I’m glad to see we’ve graduated to such lofty ranks. Sorry we couldn’t be there, but we’ve just sold out Madison Square Garden.”

Kylie Minogue, The Eagles, Arcade Fire and Kings Of Leon were also nominated for the award.

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 British Band

Best British Single

Best British Album

Outstanding Contribution To Music Award

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