The BRIT Awards' official sponsor accidentally shared a photo of FKA Twigs in a tweet saying their love for Charli XCX was 'next level'

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FKA Twigs and Charli XCX at the 2020 BRIT Awards.

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Singers Charli XCX and FKA Twigs both attended the BRIT Awards 2020 — but the show's official sponsor got the pair mixed up in a tweet from the red carpet. 

Mastercard UK posted a photo of FKA Twigs at London's 02 Arena ahead of the ceremony on Tuesday evening. 

However, they captioned the picture: "Our love for @charli_xcx is next level #BRITs."

 

A screenshot of the post was shared by The Independent journalist Rosin O'Connor on Twitter. The original Mastercard tweet has since been deleted.

The stars both wore black outfits on the red carpet, with Charli XCX opting for a Fendi tulle gown and Twigs wearing a multi-piece layered ensemble.

Both women were nominated for the female solo artist award.

Other celebrities to walk the red carpet on Tuesday include Harry Styles, who wore a black ribbon in tribute to his late ex-girlfriend, Caroline Flack.

Also in attendance were Lizzo, Lewis Capaldi, and Billie Eilish, who performed her new James Bond theme song for the first time at the ceremony.

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