Strutting onto the stage in a bowler hat, sunglasses, turned up jeans emblazoned with 'tongue in cheek' and an embroidered jacket, Jonathan Ross brought his own take on gangster rap to the Brits.
The telly host thanked award winner Dizzee Rascal for styling him, as host Peter Kay looked on in amusement.
Later Jonathan complained he'd been set up by the rapper. "I got Dizzee to style me his way and then he turns up wearing a bloody suit! I’ve been played by the Rascal," he said.
The chat show regular is soon to finish his long running BBC chat show. And he is apparently trying to lineup his hero David Bowie for the final programme.
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