Keen to celebrate their wins, the international superstars hot-footed from The O2 Arena to Sony’s official after party at The Shard.
Transforming the aqua shard restaurant on the 31st floor of the iconic building into a giant club, the record label giant pulled out all the stops to make their bash their biggest and best yet.
With Veuve Clicquot champagne flowing and roulette table games in full swing, celebs partied into the early hours, with a view of the capital’s skyline.
Dressed in a bright yellow number, Pink made sure all eyes were on her as she happily mingled with partygoers and fellow industry heavyweights.
Turning up the heat, Little Mix beauty Perrie Edwards dared to bare in a risqué green number.
Featuring a plunging neckline, the raunchy garment left little to the imagination helped by the fact the 25-year-old decided to ditch her bra.
Joined by her boyfriend footballer Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Perrie oozed sex appeal and glamour as she happily posed for pictures inside the bash.
Gushing over Little Mix’s fans after taking home the BRIT for Best Video, Perrie said: “We can’t thank them enough.
“They have stuck around for eight years and we owe our careers to you.”
The chart-topping group will kick off their an arena tour in September to support their fifth album LM5.
Chatting inside the bash, Perrie stayed tight lipped about their plans for the 39 day trek, Perrie simply teasing the show’s will be “amazing”.
Meanwhile, Calvin Harris’ girlfriend Aarika Wolf also opted for a racy outfit.
Following Perrie’s lead, the Instagram model ditched her lingerie for a cheeky reveal.
Risking a wardrobe malfunction at any moment, the 24-year-old’s dress was slashed all the way to her navel.
She completed her look with open-toed black heels and a matching clutch.
Calvin and Aarika have been dating on and off since 2014 after they met on the set of his music video Blame.
Calvin was the big winner of the night picking up two BRITs, the first for British producer and the second for his Dua Lipa collab One Kiss.
The win was even sweeter for the Scottish DJ after previously being nominated and missing out on a gong 14 times.
Little Mix took home the Best Video award for Woman Like Me ft Nicki Minaj while Tom Walker was named British Breakthrough Act.
In total, Sony Music UK took home an impressive eight gongs during the 2019 ceremony making them the biggest winners of the night.