Katy Perry delivers one of the strangest (and also greatest) attacks on Donald Trump

Katy Perry launched a strange attack on Donald Trump and Theresa May as she appeared at last night’s Brits.

Performing her new single, Chained to the Rhythm, the American singer was joined on stage with two skeletons that looked remarkably similar to the Prime Minister and President.

Katy Perry delivers one of the strangest (and also greatest) attacks on Donald Trump

Mrs May was the first world leader to meet Mr Trump after his inauguration in January and the outfits worn by pair were replicated on the bony puppets.

The figures even held hands like the two leaders did when walking through the White House.

The 32-year-old has been an outspoken critic of the President.

Elsewhere in the night, David Bowie walked away with big wins over a year after his death.

The iconic singer who died in January 2016 after a battle with cancer, picked up British Male Solo Artist and Mastercard British Album of the Year.

Blackstar, the album released as the Life on Mars singer died was acclaimed by critics and dubbed the stars parting gift to the world.

Beyoncé beat the likes of Rihanna, Sia and her sister Solange for International Female Solo Artist.

The Lemonade star who was beaten to the Best Album award at the Grammys by Adele, recently announced she was pregnant with twins.

Earlier this month, Adele broke her Grammy in two to share with Beyoncé, describing her as an “inspiration”.

Emeli Sandé picked up British Female Solo Artist with British Group going to The 1975.

A special award was also given to both Robbie Williams and Adele.

The former Take That star joined Elton John and David Bowie to become the third winner of the Brit Icon Award.

Last year, the 43-year-old confessed in an interview that he thought he was gay, but just “couldn’t do the cock”.

Adele, of course, didn’t leave the event held in London’s O2 arena empty-handed.

Picking up a gong for Global Success, the Hello singer recorded a video message because she was “somewhere pretty dry”.