This year's awards, the 40th since its inception in 1980, featured a slate of some of the biggest stars in music taking to the stage.
Hosted by comedian Jack Whitehall, this year's ceremony featured performances from the likes of Stormzy, Billie Eilish and Harry Styles, who gave an emotional performance of his ballad, Falling.
Capaldi posed in typically hilarious fashion, pulling peace signs and even flipping the bird to the cameras.
Capaldi was nominated for four Brits this year - Best Male Solo Artist, Best New Artist, Song of the Year and Mastercard Album of the Year - and also performed at the ceremony.
During his acceptance speech for Best Male Solo Artist, the Someone You Loved hitmaker dropped the F bomb.
Lizzo, who also performed tonight, arrived on the red carpet in style, wearing a chocolate bar-inspired dress.
Billie Eilish, who won the award for Best International Female Solo Artist, arrived in a beige look adorned by a bonnet-shaped visor.
The 18-year-old star debuted her new Bond theme song No Time to Die, performing alongside composer Hans Zimmer.
Multi-nominee Mabel, who won Female Solo Artist, arrived in a glittering red gown alongside her mother Neneh Cherry.