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26/02/2016 02:21 GMT | Updated 26/02/2016 06:00 GMT

Brit Awards 2016: Ofcom 'Assessing Whether To Investigate' ITV After Model Sadie Pinn's Stunt And Adele's Swearing

Broadcasting watchdog Ofcom are deciding whether to investigate ITV, after receiving a number of complaints about Wednesday night’s Brit Awards.

While, for the most part, the ceremony went to plan, a handful of viewers weren’t happy with two incidents, and more than 50 got in touch with Ofcom to lodge a complaint about Sadie Pinn’s stunt, which saw the scantily-clad model unexpectedly stand between Ant and Dec during a link.

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Ant did not exactly look unhappy with his uninvited guest

Sadie approached the pair, who did their best to keep it together while looking more than a little bemused, and Ofcom have now addressed the matter, telling The Mirror: “We will assess these complaints before deciding whether to investigate or not.”

Speaking after the stunt, the model shared her thought process, admitting to The Sun: “I only decided to do it five minutes before, but I know them and I asked Pam. I thought, ‘As long as she says it’s okay, I’ll do it.’”

It wasn’t just Sadie who prompted complaints though, as a number of viewers also got in touch with the organisation regarding Adele’s swearing, which wasn’t bleeped out successfully by ITV.

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Adele at the Brit Awards

The singer was the big winner at the ceremony, going home with four prizes.

During her first speech, Adele took the chance to make a public show of support for Kesha, who is currently locked in a legal dispute with Sony, and after scooping her last statuette of the night, Adele took to the stage to close the show with her latest single ‘When We We Young’.

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