Next year’s Brit Awards have been pushed back by three months due to the coronavirus pandemic – the first time the music event has been delayed.
The show was originally scheduled to take place on 18 February but has now been moved to 11 May.
It has been held at the O2 arena in southeast London since 2011.
In 2021, the ceremony is expected to celebrate the 41st year of the awards.
The annual show is usually in February.
Those behind the show took the decision to delay it after consulting with the music industry and their event partners over the effects of the outbreak.
The BPI, which organises the awards, said the move will give a “fairer opportunity to all artists as well as ensuring a mix of huge domestic and global superstars that annually attend and perform at the show”.