The best music awards ceremony of the year is upon us. Forget your Ivor Novellos and even your Grammys; the BRITs is where the craic is at.
Madonna splitting herself, JT and Kylie having a cheeky moment, Geri's Union Jack dress and Adele giving the finger on live TV... it's always bound to be fun.
This year, Skepta and Little Mix are the ones to watch. Both acts lead the nominations with four each.
Craig David is bringing his parents to the awards. Sixteen years after first being nominated for the British Male Solo Artist prize, he's in the running again - up against David Bowie, Skepta, Kano and Michael Kiwanuka.
Bowie is expected to posthumously win Best Album category for Blackstar, while there will be a special tribute to George Michael who died on Christmas Day.
Anne-Marie, who has just been announced as support for Ed Sheeran's Dublin gigs when he plays 3Arena in April is up for Best Breakthrough.
Katy Perry, Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars, The 1975 and Little Mix are all going to perform as is good old BRITs stable Robbie Williams, who will join the likes of Elton John and David Bowie in receiving The Brits Icon Award.
Ed Sheeran's performance is expected to be extra-special. He's debuting a song we've never heard before, and he's hinted he won't be performing alone. A Craig David collab, anyone?
No Irish channel is showing the BRITs tonight, but the awards are treating fans to a Worldwide Live Stream on YouTube, which you can watch here. It starts at 7:30pm.