Christine And The Queens' plan for the BRIT Awards is to photobomb as many music stars as possible.
Christine And The Queens' aim for the BRIT Awards 2017 is to photobomb as many stars as possible.
The 'Tilted' hitmaker was very excited to attend her first BRITs on Wednesday night (22.02.17) and her goal at the ceremony was to crash as many pictures as she could and dance along to every performance
Speaking on the red carpet before the show kicked off at The O2 in London, the French musician said: ''I feel like a happy outsider ... Being nominated feels like winning to me anyway because I'm French and tiny! I just want to photobomb everyone, dance to every song and just enjoy myself. Photobombing is what I'm going to do all evening! Before I was watching the BRITs on YouTube. You've got Katy Perry, Skepta and Robbie Williams, who is winning, like, a Lifetime Achievement Award, that's special.''
The 28-year-old singer - real name Héloïse Letissier - chose an outfit inspired by the 16th Century characters in French writer Alexandre Dumas' famous novel 'The Three Musketeers', which focuses on sword-wielding hero D'Artagnan who joins the Musketeers of the Guard.
She said: ''To be here and on the red carpet is amazing. My outfit is kind of like of Musketeer, it's meant to be unfolded.''
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