Dan Howell and Phil Lester will be hosting a worldwide live stream of the 2016 BRIT Awards on 24 February.
After their success presenting the BRITs in 2015, Dan Howell and Phil Lester are returning to present an exclusive live stream of this year’s event on the BRIT Awards YouTube channel. The live stream is set to begin at 8pm GMT on 24 February, with Dan and Phil on hand throughout the event, providing updates and a backstage look of the O2 Arena.
As part of the promotion for the event, Dan and Phil have been given their very own emoji, which appears on Twitter when the hashtag #DanAndPhilBRITs is used.
WE HAVE OUR OWN EMOJI. tweet with our @BRITs hashtag #DanAndPhilBRITs to make a little dan and phil appear! pic.twitter.com/VFLxptsh5C
— Daniel Howell (@danielhowell) February 22, 2016
AHHHH this is so cool #danandphilbrits
— Phil Lester (@AmazingPhil) February 22, 2016
The new emoji has already been tweeted many times by fans, with the official BRIT Awards account joining in.
We pride ourselves on accurate fringes 💅💁 #DanAndPhilBRITs #BRITs https://t.co/6azTJOiYW5
— BRIT Awards (@BRITs) February 22, 2016
If you can’t wait until Wednesday’s live stream, you can already watch Dan and Phil chatting and playing games with BRITs Critics’ Choice winner Jack Garratt, 2016 awards host Laura Whitmore and this year’s nominees Years & Years over on the BRIT Awards YouTube channel.
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