POP superstar Becky Hill has thanked her "powerful" fans for helping her bag a Brit Award for the second year in a row.

The Bewdley singer was awarded her second 'Best Dance Act' prize at the annual awards show, which was held at London's o2 Arena on Saturday.

Becky was up against Bonobo, Calvin Harris, Eliza Rose, and Fred Again for the award. People were able to vote for the nominees on TikTok.

The former Voice contestant received the most votes and was named this year's winner after taking home the award last year.

During her acceptance speech, the singer, who also performed at the ceremony, said she was touched by all the support.

Kidderminster Shuttle: Becky Hill won the Best British Dance Act awardBecky Hill won the Best British Dance Act award (Image: PA)

Taking to Instagram following the show, she has thanked her "incredible fan base."

The 29-year-old said: "Not sure it’s sunk in… winning the Brit, flying from the ceiling of the o2 arena, doing my first Brits performance… dreams came true on Saturday night thanks to you.

"My incredible fan base of beautiful souls I cannot thank you enough for winning me that Brit second year in a row.

"Thank you for your continuous support & for making me feel so held.

"You’re so powerful & I'm so grateful to have you all, thank you for believing in me".

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Becky previously worked at the Cock and Magpie pub in Bewdley and regularly sang at open mic nights.

On social media, Bewdley residents shared their joy following Becky's big win.

Karen Arrowsmith said she was "chuffed to bits for her". Jane Smith who watched the Brits said she "felt so proud of her."

Lucy Ellis said she was "flying the flag for Bewdley" and "inspiring youngsters to follow their dreams."