Sam Fender celebrates BRITs win with afterparty as he showers pals with Greggs

Sam Fender, who was nominated for three awards at the 2022 BRIT Awards, has celebrated his win with a lavish afterparty.

The star, 27, won the award for Best Rock/Alternative Act after his incredibly impressive stint in the music industry – and his plans for the celebration are already underway.

Following the news that there are no official label after parties, Sam decided to make his own as he treated his friends.

Sam, who famously landed the Greggs 'gold card', has put in a huge order for his afterparty with some of his absolute favourite snacks.

Sources told Daily Star that a huge order for Greggs had been loaded onto Sam's party bus which is filled with multiple celebrities and taken to the secret after party location.

The after party is taking place to allow the celebrities to truly celebrate in style after another successful year at the BRITs.

Sam's decision to pick Greggs as his main food source comes as no surprise after the singer previously confessed he landed a gold card.

Otherwise known as the 'Greggs High Roller' card, he added that multiple celebrities had also proudly donned the gift.

Sam's BRITs success won't just be filled with sausage rolls, with the star confessing that his gongs will be going straight to his local pub The Low Lights Tavern.

He was first discovered in the pub by his now manager when he was 18-years-old when he was pulling pints behind the bar.

The star joked that the awards would be turned into pumps at the pub as a homage to his local boozer.

Although he did land an award, he had solid intentions for his after party regardless.

Speaking to Daily Star, Sam joked: "If you don't win, you have a party anyway and then if you do win, you have an even bigger party."

Before the show, he said: "It's out of my hands, it's not like we're going to get on stage and have a battle of the bands or something.

"So it's in the hands of whoever's voted so I'll just see what happens, I'm not too nervous about it.

"I'm more nervous about actually performing at the BRITs than actually the bit where you wait for the award."

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