Jack Whitehall has confessed he had concerns over how fun the BRIT Awards 2021 were going to be as producers attempt to pull off the raucous music bash amid the Covid pandemic.
After hosting the ceremony three times previously, the funnyman said he feared the team might not be able to recreate the same magic at a socially-distanced ceremony as the nation emerges from lockdown.
The ceremony was axed altogether in 2020 but this year ITV will broadcast the prestigious 'do from the 02, where a 4,000 strong crowd of specially invited key workers will be enjoying the proceedings live.
Hours before the launch, Jack took time out of rehearsals to speak to Greg James on the BBC Radio 1 Breakfast show on Tuesday morning. "It will be the UK's firstRead more on mirror.co.uk