Friday 23 October 2009, 13:27 | By

Robbie to get outstanding contribution BRIT

Awards

Robbie Williams has been announced as the winner of the Outstanding Contribution To Music Award at next year’s BRITs, in the ceremony’s 30th year.

Robbie has won more BRITs than any other artist, having picked up 31 nominations during his career, winning eleven as a solo artist and four as a member of Take That. He will pick up this latest one at Earls Court on 16 Feb.

Ged Doherty, Chairman of The BRITs Committee said: “Robbie is one of the outstanding artists and performers of his generation. It will be an absolute thrill to have him at the BRITs 30th anniversary show receiving the Outstanding Contribution Award. We are delighted”.

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