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Adele, Coldplay & Ed Sheeran scoop Q Awards
Cementing the fact that 2011 really is 'The Year of the Adele' the South London singer picked up two gongs, 'Best Female' and 'Best Track' for 'Rolling In The Deep'.
Q stalwarts Coldplay were somewhat predictably awarded 'The Best Act In The World Today', while a worthy Ed Sheeran was named as the music magazine's top 'Breakthrough Act', beating the likes of Jessie J and Miles Kane.
But it was Irish rockers U2 that picked up the most prestigious award of the night after readers voted them as the 'Greatest Act of the Past 25 Years'. The award coincides with Q's 25th birthday.
Other winners included Tinie Tempah as the 'Best Male Act', Biffy Clyro as 'Best Live Act' and the girl on everybody's lips right now, Lana Del Rey, who was named as the publication's 'Next Big Thing'.
Time will tell if that accolade is a blessing or a curse...
Full List of Winners:
Breakthrough artist - Ed Sheeran
Best new act - WU LYF
Q classic songwriter - Gary Barlow
Best track - Adele, Rolling In The Deep
Q innovation in sound - Kaiser Chiefs
Q inspiration - Fatboy Slim
Q next big thing - Lana Del Rey
Best video - Jessie J, Do It Like A Dude
Best album - Bon Iver, Bon Iver
Best live act - Biffy Clyro
Q classic song - Snow Patrol, Chasing Cars
Q icon - Noel Gallagher
Q best male artist - Tinie Tempah
Q best female artist - Adele
Q outstanding contribution to music - Siouxsie Sioux
Best act in the world today - Coldplay
Hall of fame - Queen
Greatest act of the past 25 years - U2
top tracks from the 2011 winners:
Someone Like You :
A worldwide hit for Adele that put this UK star on the pop map
Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall :
The lead single from Coldplay's latest album, Mylo Xyloto
With Or Without You :
A classic love song from Irish rockers U2
Many of Horror :
Now known as 'When We Collide' this is Biffy's version
Pass Out :
Tinie Tempah adds a little hip hop flavour to the nominations