BRITs 2020: Naomi Campbell, 49, exits The Box with male pal at 3:40am

BRITs 2020: Naomi Campbell, 49, is seen exiting celebrity haunt The Box with a male pal at 3:40am following a long night of tireless partying

She’s long been celebrated as one of the world’s top supermodels, as she enters her fifth decade of working as one of fashion’s most celebrated figures.

And Naomi Campbell, 49, showed she’s also a forced to be reckoned with when it comes to partying, when she was spotted making an early-morning exit from London nightclub The Box, following Tuesday night’s BRIT Awards.

The British beauty cut a chic figure in a champagne tasselled minidress, which she teamed with a chic black trench coat and matching booties as she departed the celebrity haunt arm-in-arm with a male friend at 3:40am.

We like to party: Naomi Campbell was spotted leaving London celebrity haunt The Box with a male pal in the early hours of Wednesday morning after partying following the BRIT Awards

Wearing her raven tresses in a sleek style with a centre parting, the south London native donned a pair of sunglasses as she entered a waiting chauffeur-driven car.

Also among those spotted making their way out of The Box in the small hours of the morning were Harry Styles, Lizzo, and Kendall Jenner.

It was a long night of revelry for the Naomi, who was also spotted at the Warner Music & CIROC BRIT Awards afterparty, which was held at The Chiltern Firehouse.  

Driven: The supermodel settled into the back of a chauffeur-driven car after leaving at 3:40am

Lewis Capaldi, Stormzy and Billie Eilish led the winners on Tuesday evening in a largely male dominated BRIT Awards shortlist. 

Lewis, 23, claimed two awards from four nominations, triumphing in the categories for New Artist and Song of the Year.

The latter nomination was awarded for hit single Someone You Loved, a track Capaldi insisted was written for his late grandmother – not former girlfriend and current Love Island star Paige Turley.   

Meanwhile Stormzy, 26, picked up the award for Best Male Solo Artist in front of a star-studded audience that included ex-girlfriend Maya Jama. 

Shades: Wearing her raven tresses in a sleek style with a centre parting, the south London native donned a pair of sunglasses as she left the hot spot

Accepting his award, the grime star was quick to reference the gender disparity at this year’s ceremony by thanking the team of ‘brilliant women’ who form his management team.      

Rising superstar Billie Eilish, 18, received a nod in the International Female Solo Artist category alongside the likes of Lizzo and Ariana Grande. 

And after performing new James Bond soundtrack No Time To Die live for the first time, she claimed her first BRIT Award from former Spice Girl Mel C.  

Despite Billie’s success, only four nominations out of a possible 25 in the categories which are not gender-specific featured women. 

We like to party: Earlier in the night, the British beauty was seen partying at the Warner Music & CIROC BRIT Awards soirée at the Chiltern Firehouse

There were no female performers included in the shortlists for best group or album awards, although English singer Mabel, 23, was nominated for three awards and ultimately claimed one of the biggest of the night – Best British Female Artist. 

Elsewhere Dave’s excellent Psychodrama beat stiff competition to win Best Album ahead of Stormzy’s new release Heavy Is The Head, Michael Kiwanuka’s self-titled LP Harry Styles’ Fine Line and Lewis Capaldi’s Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent.     

Oxford based band Foals won Best Group after a return to the spotlight with their conceptual, two-part Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost. 

The group beat Bastille, Bring Me The Horizon, Coldplay and D-Block Europe to the honour on Tuesday night. 

Glamorous: The 49-year-old supermodel cut a chic figure in a champagne tasselled minidress

Taking it global, innovative rapper Tyler, The Creator beat Bruce Springsteen, Burna Boy, Dermot Kennedy and Post Malone in the category for International Male Solo Artist.   

The lack of nominations in for female artists comes despite a major overhaul of the Brits’ voting academy in 2017 to make it more gender balanced and diverse, with hundreds of new members invited to join the pool. 

The awards are voted for by around 1,500 people from across the UK music industry including journalists, record label employees and musicians.

The rising star winner was announced as Celeste late last year, while the producer of the year will be announced at a later date. 

The international group and video categories were axed by organisers this year. 

Superstar: She’s long been celebrated as one of the world’s top supermodels, as she enters her fifth decade of working as one of fashion’s most celebrated figures


British Male Solo Artist

Stormzy (WINNER) 

Harry Styles

Lewis Capaldi


Michael Kiwanuka 


British Female Solo Artist

Mabel (WINNER)

Freya Ridings

FKA Twigs

Charli XCX



Song Of The Year

Lewis Capaldi – Someone You Loved (WINNER)

Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber – I Don’t Care

Mabel – Don’t Call Me Up

Calvin Harris and Rag’n’Bone Man – Giant 

Dave featuring Burna Boy – Location

Mark Ronson featuring Miley Cyrus – Nothing Breaks Like A Heart

AJ Tracey – Ladbroke Grove 

Tom Walker – Just You And I

Sam Smith and Normani – Dancing With A Stranger

Stormzy – Vossi Bop 


Foals (WINNER)


Bring Me The Horizon

D Block Europe



British Album Of The Year

Dave – Psychodrama (WINNER) 

Stormzy – Heavy Is The Head

Michael Kiwanuka – Kiwanuka

Lewis Capaldi – Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent 

Harry Styles – Fine Line


International Male Solo Artist

Tyler, The Creator (WINNER)

Bruce Springsteen

Burna Boy 

Dermot Kennedy

Post Malone


International Female Solo Artist

Billie Eilish (WINNER)

Ariana Grande 

Camila Cabello

Lana Del Rey



New Artist

Lewis Capaldi (WINNER)




Sam Fender



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