Published: 26th February 2015
Taylor Swift could barely contain her joy after winning the top female award at this year's Brits.
The 25-year-old US songstress was quick to pay tribute to her UK friends, dedicating her best female international solo artist trophy to them.
Swift, who paraded the Brits stage in a short black number with black fishnet stockings , publicly sent a message to Ed Sheeran, saying that she loved him ... wherever he was.
She also thanked "Ellie", "Sam" and "Cara", saying she was fortunate to have them in her life.
Swift beat off her closest rivals Beyoncé, Lana Del Rey, St Vincent and Sia to scoop the first Brit of her career.
The award at the capital's O2 Arena crowned an unstoppable 12 months of success for the Blank Space and 22 singer.
She cemented her claim to be possibly the world's biggest pop name with the release of US and UK chart-topping album 1989 and a raft of gigs at the O2.
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