Robbie Williams band lose BRITs dressing room to The 1975 choir
Robbie Williams' band have reportedly been moved to a makeshift dressing room at the BRIT Awards because The 1975 have a 100-piece choir accompanying them
Robbie Williams' band don't have a proper dressing room at the BRIT Awards to make room for The 1975's 100-piece choir.
The 'I Love My Life' hitmaker - who has already nabbed the BRITs Icon Award - has reportedly had his crew moved into a disabled toilet to get changed for their performance at the glitzy ceremony at London's The O2 tonight (22.02.17) as the 'Love Me' group are bringing a huge number of people on stage for their set.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Being backed by a choir is completely unexpected and that's what excites Matt about the idea. Robbie's band are in a disabled shower room.
"A posh drape has been fitted to cover up the toilet and shower area to make it look swanky but there is no disguising the wet room floor."
The 1975's frontman Matt Healy's elaborate set plans come after he admitted he doesn't feel his band belong in the "BRIT Awards world".
The 27-year-old singer and his band mates - Adam Hann, George Daniel and Ross MacDonald - are up for Album of the Year and British Group, but Matt feels a little out of his comfort zone because he suffers from impostor syndrome, which is the inability to internalise accomplishments.
He said recently: "It's an important moment for us because we're a subversive act to have broken through on such a level that the BRITs would want us to perform.
"I'm not from the BRITs world. I shouldn't be and everyone needs to know that. I couldn't get arrested until I was 23. Actually, I did get arrested when I was 23, but you know what I mean. I suffer massively from impostor syndrome."