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BRIT Awards: Madonna Stumbles, Orlando Bloom Flirts, Ellen Goulding Just Can’t Go Lower

It was a delightful night full of gaffes

Madonna wasn’t the only one who stumbled during the 2015 BRIT Awards on Wednesday night; the evening was full of clumsy moments, which made it all the more entertaining, according to the Daily Mirror. 

Madonna, a.k.a Esther was wearing a red dress reminiscent of a kabala string bracelet, and her face might easily have matched both as she fell down three steps during her closing number. Her whole “50 is the new 30” shtick of last year has turned into “I’ve fallen and…I can get up, but it’s all over the internet.” Good thing she didn’t break her hip.

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Ellie Goulding, who recorded the single “Love You Like Me Do” from the skanky bondage flick “50 Shades of Grey” was complimented on her low neckline. But when Lewis Hamilton asked the audience to yell “lower” there was no response.

Orlando Bloom and Rita Ora were flirting so much, it looked like they were going to make out right onstage. But they had to create awkward intimacy to compete with John Travolta’s creepy Oscar face touching a few days ago and across the pond.

Speaking of the Kardashians (we weren’t, but about a few million people are right now as we speak), Kim couldn’t get her phone to work to take a selfie with Ant & Dec (imagine a Kardashian with momentary selfie impotence) and Kayne West’s song had to be so heavily censored and bleeped out that the audience didn’t know how the hell to react to it. Perhaps they would have had the same reaction to the uncensored version.




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