AN up-and-coming Kidderminster DJ was ecstatic after meeting her "inspiration" Becky Hill at a Brit Awards party.

Producer Emily Nash, who works at the Weaver's Wharf Tesco, congratulated the Bewdley-born singer after she took home the award for best Dance Act.

The Kidderminster producer, who recently signed to Ministry of Sound, has described Becky as an "absolute legend" and an "inspiration."

Emily Nash recently released a tech house single called Garden, which was named one of BBC Radio One's hottest records in the world last month.

She finally met Becky Hill at a Brits after party and a snap was taken of the two of them.

Emily said: "It just felt amazing to finally meet her and it’s so great to see her win the award that she has truly worked for and deserves so much."

This was Becky Hill's first Brit Award win and she struggled to hold back her tears when she took the stage on Tuesday (February 8).

During her acceptance speech, she said: "I just want to say, this was fan-voted for and in the two weeks that people could vote for I have never been so heart-warmed and touched by all of my fans who just wanted to see me do well and support me.

"Thank you so much for making this a possibility for me."

She was presented the award by legendary DJ's Pete Tong and David Guetta.

Becky Hill previously spoke to the Shuttle about Emily Nash. She said: “She looks to be pushing the female producer narrative, which right now, we need all of the help we can get.”