The 1975 Call Out "Male Misogyny Acts" In BRIT Awards Speech

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"Best Single of the Year" was rightfully won by "One Kiss".

He said: "An advert on UKTV Play just said The 1975 won Best British Group and British Album of the Year at this year's BRIT Awards. which aren't for a few hours?"

Singer Healy thanked one of the artists they were up against, saying: "We're so humbled by this award, thank you to the BRITs, thanks to Arctic Monkeys for being such an inspiring and relevant band in 2019, we know how hard that is".

"She said that: in music male misogyny acts are examined for nuance and defended as traits of hard artists".

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You can watch Healy's acceptance speech here.

Sadly, that's not the first time Snapes had to write those words.

He then read a passage from Snape's work which was originally used to describe the behaviour of Sun Kil Moon frontman Mark Kozelek, but was referenced in her Guardian article on Adams and the permissive industry culture which enabled his alleged behaviour. "Laura Snapes totally wants to f-k me / get in line, b--h", he sang to the crowd of approximately 1,900.

Snapes reacted to Healy on Twitter following his speech, writing that she was "gobsmacked, and honoured that he'd use this platform to make this statement". Pink, for instance, was given the "Outstanding Contribution to Music" award.

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