BRIT Awards 2015: WATCH Adam Lambert Among Stars To Show Off Best Madonna Dance Moves – EXCLUSIVE

So last night Madonna performed at the BRIT Awards for the first time in twenty years, and although we were blissfully unaware of just how iconic her rendition of ‘Living For Love’ would be, we all knew that it was kind of a big deal.

Which is why it only seemed right to honour her Madgesty with our red carpet babe, Poppy Jamie, asking last night’s celebrity guests to show us their best Madonna dance move.

And yes, there are plenty more than just #Vogue

Adam Lambert was perhaps one of our fave efforts of the night, with the American star opting to give us a bloomin’ hot little hip thrust and shimmy, but to be fair, everybody gave it their ruddy all.

X Factor’s Rebecca Ferguson, Alt-J, George Ezra, Ella Henderson, Stigma, and Paloma Faith were all among the stars to take on our challenge, with Paloma even taking the opportunity to comment that hardly ANYONE dances at these fancy events.

Pull up a seat next to Taylor Swift, babes, she’ll soon sort you out.

Unfortunately, or perhaps fortunately for health and safety reasons, none of the stars had the foresight to give us their best impression of the music legend’s embarrassing fall – which we don’t think will ever stop being funny.

The 56-year-old was left on her back after her Armani cape failed to untie at the right moment, leaving Madonna to be pulled straight onto the floor.

Despite the ever-professional singer jumping straight back up and carrying on, a rather dramatic source told The Mirror: “When she fell, the room which had previously been the subject of so much chatter, fell silent.

“The atmosphere wasn’t as if someone had died, it was as if someone had been massacred.”

Thankfully no such ailments occurred during these celebs’ attempts at #MadonnaDancing

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