How to watch the BRIT Awards 2023 from anywhere in the world

Want to watch the BRIT Awards 2023 but you're not in the UK? Here's how to tune in from anywhere

How to watch the BRIT Awards 2023, including performances by Lizzo, Harry Styles and more
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With Lizzo, Harry Styles and more set to perform, you're probably curious about how to watch the BRIT Awards 2023. But good news! Just because you don't live in the UK doesn't mean you have to miss one magical, musical moment. 

The BRIT Awards have gifted us with many iconic awards-show moments over the years, from Ginger Spice's infamous Union Jack dress during the Spice Girls' 1997 performance to Madonna accidentally falling off the stage at the 2015 ceremony. And with appearances this year by Grammys 2023 winners Sam Smith and Kim Petras, Stormzy, Wet Leg and Lewis Capaldi, there will no doubt be more memorable performances come BRIT Awards night.

So how to watch from anywhere in the world? Here's what you need to know...

How to watch the BRIT Awards 2023:

How to watch the BRIT Awards 2023 in the UK

In the United Kingdom, the BRIT Awards 2023 will air exclusively on ITV1 at 8pm on Saturday, February 11. You can also stream it on ITVX website.

How to watch the BRIT Awards 2023 from anywhere in the world

If you're in the US, Canada, Australia, or New Zealand (or anywhere else outside the UK), you can still watch the ceremony on the BRIT Awards YouTube Channel, or by using a VPN. 

Our favorite VPN service is ExpressVPN, which is secure, reliable, and offers a 30-day money-back guarantee. After you get your VPN and change your territory to anywhere in the UK, head over to the ITV website and catch up on what is sure to be a very special show. 

When are the BRIT Awards 2023?

The annual BRIT Awards takes place on Saturday, February 11 at 8pm. This marks the first time ever that the BRITs will take place on a Saturday in its 45-year history, as the ceremony usually takes place on a weekday. 

Where are the BRIT Awards held?

The BRIT Awards are held at the O2 Arena in London, and have taken place at the famous venue for 13 years. 

BRIT Awards 2023 performers: who will be there?

This year's BRIT Awards have several performance overlaps with the recent Grammy Awards ceremony, including Lizzo, Sam Smith and Kim Petras, and Harry Styles. (Though we're hoping Hazza has better turntable luck this time around for that dance routine!)

Here's the full list of BRIT Awards 2023 performers: 

  • Becky Hill
  • Cat Burns
  • David Guetta
  • Ella Henderson
  • Harry Styles
  • Lewis Capaldi 
  • Lizzo
  • Sam Smith and Kim Petras
  • Stormzy
  • Wet Leg 

Who is hosting the BRIT Awards 2023?

British comedian Mo Gilligan, known for the talk show The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan, is back doing hosting duties at the BRIT Awards 2023, after acting as MC during the 2022 ceremony. 

BRIT Awards 2023 nominations: the full list

Song of the Year with Mastercard supported by Capital

Aitch & Ashanti - ‘Baby’

Cat Burns - ‘Go’

Dave - ‘Starlight’

Ed Sheeran & Elton John - ‘Merry Christmas’

Eliza Rose - ‘B.O.T.A. (Baddest Of Them All)

George Ezra - ‘Green Green Grass’

Harry Styles - ‘As It Was’

Lewis Capaldi - ‘Forget Me’

LF System - ‘Afraid To Feel

Sam Smith & Kim Petras - ‘Unholy’

New Artist

Korey Radical

Mimi Webb

Rina Sawayama

Sam Ryder

Wet Leg

Artist of the Year

Central Cee

Fred Again

George Ezra

Harry Styles


Group of the Year

The 1975

Arctic Monkeys

Bad Boy Chiller Crew

Nova Twins

Wet Leg

International Group of the Year


Drake & 21 Savage

First Aid Kit

Fontaines D.C.


Best Pop/R&B Act supported by Capital

Cat Burns

Charli XCX

Dua Lipa

Harry Styles

Sam Smith

Rock/Alternative Act

The 1975

Arctic Monkeys

Nova Twins

Tom Grennan

Wet Leg

Dance Act

Becky Hill


Calvin Harris

Eliza Rose

Fred Again

Hip Hop/Grime/Rap Act


Central Cee


Loyle Carter


International Artist of the Year


Burna Boy

Kendrick Lamar


Taylor Swift

International Song of the Year

Beyoncé - ‘Break My Soul’

David Guetta & Bebe Rexha - ‘I’m Good (Blue)’

Fireboy DML & Ed Sheeran - ‘Peru’

Encanto Movie - ‘We Don’t Talk About Bruno’

GAYLE - ‘abcdefu’

Jack Harlow - ‘First Class’

Lizzo - ‘About Damn Time’

Lost Frequencies & Callum Scott - ‘Where Are You Now’

One Republic - ‘I Ain’t Worried’

Taylor Swift - ‘Anti-Hero’

Album of the Year

The 1975 - ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’

Wet Leg - ‘Wet Leg’

Harry Styles - ‘Harry’s House’

Stormzy - ‘This Is What I Mean’

Fred Again - ‘Actual Life 3’

Christina Izzo

Christina Izzo is the Deputy Editor of My Imperfect Life. 

More generally, she is a writer-editor covering food and drink, travel, lifestyle and culture in New York City. She was previously the Features Editor at Rachael Ray In Season and Reveal, as well as the Food & Drink Editor and chief restaurant critic at Time Out New York

When she’s not doing all that, she can probably be found eating cheese somewhere. 

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