The proud recipient of the prestigious Outstanding Contribution to Music Award has been revealed and it's none other than our favourite entertainer, Robbie Williams! He joins a host of legendary artists to have received this award, including David Bowie, Tom Jones, Paul Weller, The Pet Shop Boys and U2, to name just a few.
Robbie will be picking up the coveted award at the BRIT Awards 2010 with MasterCard, the 30th BRIT Awards, which takes place on Tuesday 16th February 2010 at London's Earl's Court, when he will close the awards ceremony with another roof-raising live performance to not only a packed audience but also to millions of viewers who will have tuned in to watch the show live on ITV1.
Robbie received his first BRIT award in 1999 for Best British Male Artist and has since gone on to build a truly remarkable track record at the BRITs. He has won no less than 11 BRIT awards and received an amazing 31 nominations (22 as a solo artist).
Check out all the awards he has collected below:
As Robbie Williams
British Male – 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003
BRITs 25 – Best Song Award for ‘Angels’ in 2005
British Single for ‘Angels’ in 1999, ‘She’s The One’ in 2000, ‘Rock DJ’ in 2001
British Video for ‘Millenium’ in 1999; ‘She’s the One’ in 2000; ‘Rock DJ’ in 2001
As member of Take That
British Single ‘Could it be Magic‘ 1993
British Single ‘Pray’ in 1994
British Single ‘Back for Good’ in 1996
British Video for ‘Pray’ in 1994