Brit Awards: Lorde performs Bowie Tribute with the legend's live band
Lorde has paid tribute to David Bowie at the UK's Brit Awards, singing Life On Mars with his former tour band.
Bowie was given a posthumous award, which was followed by Lorde's emotional performance.
The band included guitarist Earl Slick, who had worked with Bowie since 1974 - the Diamond Dogs era.
The performance began with Bowie's "Ground control to Major Tom" vocals, until Lorde, hidden in the shadows, stepped into the spotlight and took over.
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Fans loved the tribute, with one calling it "raw and faithful to the art".
"This is how you do a tribute," said another.
Lorde sings the greatest song ever written. This is the way to pay tribute. #BRITs2016— Neil McCormick (@neil_mccormick) February 24, 2016