Katy Perry's performance of her song Chained to the Rhythm at the Brit Awards 2017 was something of a political spectacle.

Two ghoulish giant skeletons dressed like Donald Trump and Theresa May at their first White House meeting joined Perry on stage.

A load of white houses also danced around the 32-year-old singer – and then this happened.

One of the dancing white houses forgot where the edge of the stage was and danced right off it.

Whoops. Perry didn't pick up any awards at the Brits, but her performance stole the show.

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Katy Perry's performance at the Brits 2017 featured a giant skeletal Donald Trump and Theresa May Reuters
Katy Perry Brits 2017
Katy Perry was joined on stage at the Brits by a load of dancing white houses Reuters

There was also an emotional tribute to the late George Michael by his former Wham! bandmate and old school friend Andrew Ridgeley.

"On Christmas Day 2016, the greatest singer-songwriter of his generation, an icon of his era, and my beloved friend, George Michael, was lost," Ridgeley said.

"A supernova in a ferment of shining stars had been extinguished, and it felt like the sky had fallen in...We larked around and laughed a lot, we were the best of friends.

"George's contribution to the great archive of contemporary music rests alongside the immortals.

"George has left for us in his songs, in the transcendental beauty of his voice, and poetic expression of his soul, the very best of himself. I loved him and in return, we, you, have been loved."

Here's the full list of winners at the Brit Awards 2017.

Brit Awards 2017 winners list

British album of the year - Blackstar

British female solo artist - Emeli Sande

British male solo artist - David Bowie

British single of the year - Shout Out To my Ex

British group - The 1975

British breakthrough act - Rag'N'Bone Man

Critics' Choice Award - Rag 'N'Bone Man

International male solo artist - Drake

International female solo artist - Beyonce

British video - History - One Direction

Brits global success - Adele

Brits icon award - Robbie Williams