The singer's rendition of "Life On Mars," led by Bowie's backing band from his 2003 A Reality Tour, got a positive review from Bowie's son, Duncan Jones, on Wednesday.
"Finally found the links to tonight's Brits. Just... beautiful. Thank you," Jones wrote on Twitter.
Finally found the links to tonight's Brits. Just... beautiful. Thank you.— Duncan Jones (@ManMadeMoon) February 25, 2016
"I can share with you that he faced his illness with immense courage, dignity, grace and customary humur, even in dire circumstances," Oldman said. "When he wrote to tell me the bad news he had cancer, he said: 'The good news is I've got my cheekbones back'."
Bowie died in January from cancer. His final album, Blackstar, was released shortly after his death and went on to become one of his most successful albums.
Duncan Jones' warm approval of 19-year-old Lorde's dedication concert comes after he rejected Lady Gaga's loud, colorful tribute from the Grammy stage earlier this month.
At the time, the mourning son mimicked Gaga's name on social media, writing its dictionary definition, "Overexcited or irrational, typically as a result of infatuation or excessive enthusiasm/ mentally confused. Damn it! What IS that word?"