Nick Grimshaw brought a touch of style to the London Underground as he used the tube to get to the BRIT Awards at the O2 Arena.
No luxury limousine for 35-year-old BBC Radio 1 DJ Nick as he cut a dashing figure on the underground in a stunning turquoise suit with silver ankle boots.
BBC Radio 2 DJ Sara Cox seemingly accompanied him on his journey to the awards ceremony and snapped Nick looking laid back and relaxed in a carriage that was fortunately not packed to the gunnels.
Nick is seen engrossed in his phone before the big night ahead, though he may not party too hard as he has teenage singing sensation Billie Eilish on his show on Wednesday and a clear head may be required.
Once inside the arena, Sara shared a snap of her with Nick, who had already eschewed the suit jacket for a more casual, shirt-open look.
It was a chance for Nick to let his hair down after an emotional few days following the tragic death of his friend Caroline Flack.
The passing of the Love Island presenter hit him hard and his voice was cracking when he paid tribute to her on his Radio 1 show on Monday.
"I just wanted to start the show by saying something about our friend, Caroline. I just feel really weird today, I feel really sad. I'm obviously very shocked about what happened this weekend," he said.
"It's such a tragedy and really brutal news to recieve. I'm sure you know she was one of my favourite people to have on the show, one of my favourite people full stop. I just thought she was brilliant, I thought she was so wicked.
"I know a lot of you listening were also big fans of Caroline. It's been very tough for me and her friends, anyone who knew her personally. And anyone who enjoyed watching Caroline and seeing her on the telly and hearing her here on Radio 1."
A lawyer for the Flack family confirmed that Caroline took her own life and was found in her east London flat on Saturday. She was aged 40.
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