Jess Glynne to perform at next month’s Brit Awards with five-time Grammy Award nominee H.E.R.

JESS Glynne has joined the line-up for the Brit Awards.

She has signed up to perform at next month’s star-studded ceremony, bringing five-time Grammy Award nominee H.E.R. along too.

Jess Glynne has joined the line-up of next month's Brit Awards
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Jess Glynne has joined the line-up of next month’s Brit Awards[/caption]

The singer will perform together with five-time Grammy Award nominee H.E.R.
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The singer will perform together with five-time Grammy Award nominee H.E.R.[/caption]

The pair worked together on Jess’s top five single Thursday and will join forces again on stage at the O2 Arena.

Confirming the news, Jess said: “So excited to bring one of my favourite artists, H.E.R., to the UK and perform at the BRITs together… Y’all in for a treat!”

Jess had the UK’s biggest-selling female album of 2018 in the UK with Always In Between and she is nominated in the Best Video, Best Single and British Female categories at the ceremony.

She joins a line-up including Calvin Harris, Dua Lipa, Sam Smith, Rag’N’Bone Man, George Ezra and The 1975 for the bash on February 20, hosted by Jack Whitehall.

Despite having been nominated for six Brit Awards in the past, Jess is yet to ever win one.

Jess worked with H.E.R. - real name Gabi Wilson - on her top-five single Thursday
Jess worked with H.E.R. on her top-five single Thursday
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Dua Lip and Calvin Harris are also part of the line-up at the star-studded bash
Dua Lip and Calvin Harris are also part of the line-up at the star-studded bash
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Jack Whitehall will be hosting the February 20 celebration of British music
Jack Whitehall will be hosting the Brit Awards on February 20
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H.E.R., whose real name is Gabi Wilson, said: “I love the UK and UK artists.

“It was a pleasure working with Jess on Thursday. So excited to be performing with her on The BRIT Awards.

“It’s going to be so empowering and fun!”

Little Mix, who will also perform on the night, are hoping they will win big too.

The group are nominated for Best Video and Best Group but band member Perrie Edwards admitted they are anxious about the ceremony.

Speaking to Tom and Daisy on KISS Breakfast, she said: “It actually really hurts your soul when you go to these things and you don’t win.

“I know we practise the whole, ‘We didn’t win, but congratulations,’ when really on the inside we’re thinking, ‘Dammit’.”

At least there will be plenty of booze on offer if they need to drown their sorrows.

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