RAYE, an English singer who dominated the BRIT Awards this week, has revealed how she celebrated her success after the awards ceremony.

The chart-topping musician, whose real name is Rachel Keen, not only won a handful of awards but also made BRIT Awards history.

RAYE secured a record-breaking six gongs at the ceremony held on Saturday which is the most awards won by an artist in a single year.

But how did she celebrate?

RAYE reveals how she celebrated BRIT Awards triumph

RAYE has revealed she celebrated her success with a McDonald’s at around 6am after making history at the awards.

The 26-year-old also revealed that her grandmother Agatha who she had taken on stage stayed at an after-party until about 3am.

Speaking about the evening on ITV1’s The Jonathan Ross Show, she said: “To be honest I was so overwhelmed that I was ready to jump straight into bed, so it was either go straight to bed or go hard, do you know what I mean? So we went with that option.”

She added: “We had a lovely time. I did end up in McDonald’s about 6am.”

On the show, TV presenter Ross, 63, surprised Raye with a video of the moment, as she was seen ordering a bacon McMuffin and triple hashbrown in McDonald’s at the end of the night.

Speaking about her grandmother, Raye added: “She came to the after-party, she was there until about 3am.”

RAYE described Agatha’s dance moves as “impeccable” and better than her own.

When she collected the album of the year prize during the Brits, her sixth of the night, she brought her grandmother up on stage with her and told the crowd that her middle name was Agatha in her honour.

Following her success at the BRITs, RAYE also revealed that she had received flowers from Sir Elton John.

“Do you know what, I got flowers from Sir Elton John, a big deal, he wrote me a card and everything,” she said.

“It said ‘I can’t wait to tell you in person what your music means to me’.”

Which BRIT Awards did RAYE win?

During the ceremony, Raye won the best album award for her record My 21st Century Blues and was handed the gong for songwriter of the year – the first woman to get the prize in a pre-announced win.

She also won Artist of the Year, Best New Artist, R&B Act and Song of the Year.

How to watch RAYE on The Jonathan Ross Show

The Jonathan Ross Show airs on Saturday at 9.35pm on ITV1 and ITVX.

Ross was joined by comedian Rob Beckett who had taken to the BRITs red carpet wearing an inflatable giraffe costume.

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Explaining the decision, he said: “I’ve got a new tour called Giraffe, and when you’re a 38-year-old comedian at the Brits, no-one cares, so I wore that to pathetically get attention, and then everyone took photos and spoke to me about it.”

He added: “I was getting in everyone’s way, Dua Lipa was like ‘why is there a Giraffe?’”

Alongside Beckett on the pre-recorded show were Liam Gallagher and John Squire, who discussed their new collaborative album, actress Millie Bobby Brown and darts superstar Luke Littler.