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Justin Timberlake has one heck of a support system at home.
Happily, wife Jessica Biel was able to accompany him to London to attend the Brit Awards, where Timberlake gave the first live performance of his new tune "Mirrors"—and, according to the missus, it was a raging success.
"My Huz just killed it on the Brits. and the London fans are the tits!" Biel tweeted tonight, introducing us to some new slang in the process.
While Timberlake continued to reacquaint himself with the live-performance thing (as if there was any doubt after he killed it at the Grammys), artists ranging from Mumford & Sons to One Direction were honored for their achievements in music over the past year.
Marcus Mumford & Co. followed up their Album of the Year triumph at the Grammys by being named, simply, Best British Group, not too shabby. Adele, who presented them with said Grammy, won Best British Single for "Skyfall," which she'll be performing at Sunday's Oscars (and, subsequently, is already in L.A. rehearsing).
Coldplay was named Best Live Act, the Black Keys won for Best International Group (meaning non-Brits), and Frank Ocean and Lana Del Ray were named Best International Male and Female Solo Artist.
And, with Taylor Swift looking on (or at least backstage somewhere) Harry Styles and his mates won the inaugural Brit Global Success Award due to their stellar international album sales.