While we’ve all been going crazy about Adele‘s acceptance speech snub at the Brits (which was damn right rude), we totally forgot about another Brit star who was also ‘subbbed’ by the ITV-screen award show.
Scottish singer Emile Sande – who’s debut album is currently number one in the charts – is “annoyed” with the Brits for preventing her from picking up her Critics Choice gong onstage at the Tuesday 21st ceromony.
The 24 year old was chosen for the honour by a panel of experts and like previous winners such as Jessie J and Ellie Goulding, the bleached haired Heaven singer was expected to pick up the trophy during the London ceremony.
But due to “time constraints” Sande was not asked to go onstage to accept her award and was therefore left hurt by the snub.
A fan asked Sande on Twitter:”Did u get ur (your) award… the camera only went on yea (sic) for (a) sec (second).”
Sande replied, “Yeh… kinda Annoying. But it’s on top of my piano now!”
A source tells The Sun newspaper:
“She’d been looking forward to it for months and was really disappointed when her win was not properly recognised. She’s worked incredibly hard over the last year and what she has achieved has been phenomenal.”
Oh ITV, you really did mess up this year, didn’t ya?!