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Lorde Wins Brit Music Award

LordeThe major international awards keep rolling in for New Zealand-Croatian teen singer Lorde…

Ella Yelich-O’Connor (17), who won two Grammy Awards last month, has won the award for the Best International Solo Female at the all-star Brit Awards in London last night. The Auckland-born teenager told the crowd that the award was a ‘priceless surprise’ and that she feels like her brain explodes each time she wins an award. Lorde, whose claims Croatian heritage on her mother’s side, is the first New Zealander to ever have a number one hit in the U.S after he tune ‘Royals’ went massive and spent nine weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 charts. (pic: Instagram)

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